SCHNECKE & T3kollektiv at the Berlin Diagonale during TANZ IM AUGUST

SCHNECKE & T3kollektiv at the Event Berlin Diagonale during the Tanz im August 2015 | Insights in the independently produced dance and performance community

Berlin Diagonale was already present at Tanz im August in 2013 and 2014 and offered diverse insights in the independently produced dance and performance community of Berlin. We are once again warmly inviting all visiting industry professionals and (inter)national curators to get to know more than 20 groups and artists from Berlin and their working methods and productions.

The participating artists include Colette Sadler & Philine Rinnert, MS Schrittmacher, Alexander Carrillo, Katharina Haverich, Amit Jacobi, NOVOFLOT, Bridge Markland, Anna Berndtson, Maria Colusi (M.A.E.K Group), Barbara Berti, Christoph Winkler, Diana Neranti, Ana Jelušic, Ana Trincão, Efrat Stempler, Helena Botto, Katia Engel, LAVAMOVER Company, MY LOVELY WHITE DOG, Aline Landreau, post theater, T3 Kollektiv, Theater o.N. and She She Pop.

Participation is free of charge, but we ask you to register at info(at)

From the community for the community: Berlin Diagonale is based on networking and presentation. Curators, dramaturgs and visiting industry professionals are invited to discover, see and distribute work produced by the independent performing arts community in Berlin over the course of table conversations and during guided tours. Berlin Diagonale creates national and international awareness of Berlin dance, theater and performance productions, creates touring opportunities and thus supports the sustainable networking of Berlin’s independent performing arts community worldwide.


August 29, 2015 | 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Dock 11, Kastanienallee 79, 10435 Berlin

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About T3 Kollektiv

T3 is a interdisciplinary artistic collective created by Eva Gutierrez (stage, sound and lighting designer), Rosabel Huguet (actress and dancer focused on physical performance) and Roger Rossell (photographer and visual artist). T3 is created to combine our backgrounds, bringing different creation methods into an unique process to investigate and develop performative projects.
Our aim is to explore strategies and mechanisms of understanding gender, identity, performance experience, space, light, technology, new body representations, politics and collectivism.

Our first creation is SCHNECKE, premiered at Dock11 Berlin in May 2015, funded by the district office Pankow Berlin – Department of Arts and Culture and supported by Centre for Transdisciplinary Gender Studies of the Humboldt-Universität Berlin, Dock11 Berlin , Hoftheater and the Flocks&Shoals Collective.

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02nd  May 2015, 20:00 h

Kastanienallee 79
10435 Berlin

Other shows: 03rd May 2015, 20:00 h

Tickets: 030 – 448 12 22


Schnecke (snail) is an interdisciplinary, interactive, queer, biomimetic performance.


Schnecke wants to rethink cultural binarism, categorizations and biological identities.


Schnecke wants to bring to light how bodies are handled, shaped, educated and modified in order to be controlled.

a T3kollektive performance


Artistic Direction / Rosabel Huguet
Co­creation / Eva G. Alonso / Roger Rossell / Rosabel Huguet
Performance / Rosabel Huguet
Light Design, Video and Photography / Roger Rossell
Stage, Sound and Costume Design / Eva G. Alonso

Production Manager & Production office / Hyo Jin Shin / Tangram Projects

Venue / Dock 11, Pankow / Within the Solo Series project “Snail – Lamb – Shark – Rhino”, from the Flocks&Shoals Collective

Funded by the district office Pankow Berlin – Department of Arts and Culture

Thanks to/ Center for Transdisciplinary Gender Studies of the Humboldt University Berlin, Hoftheater Kreuzberg, Dock11 Berlin & Flocks&Shoals Collective


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Flocks & Shoals


Queens | the ones who know | the Hosts

Horses | the doubles | the Guests

Bishop | the observer | the Voyeur

Towers | the victim | the Witnesses


ZYGODACTIL – relentless volution

Scenic development from the observance of the unbroken transformation of reality.


As a collective we join our plural ways of perceiving and expressing through a proposal similar to an “exquisite corpse’s”, presenting a sequence of continuous streams of bodies in displacement that gradually reveals a non-linear progression and an unforeseen frame of mind.
The performance is set as a display, where concrete actions are unfolded into several possibilities, enabling multiple perspectives of the same event, in order to consider the unexpected within patterns of behavior and space organization.

This practice relates to the observation of large groups of animals in movement, Cymatics, urban space organization, types of human behavior when individualized and when forming crowds.
The term zygodactyl defines a particular type of bird foot, in which two toes are straightforward and two backward. We refer to this anatomic metaphor to find a rooting position in the space before “diving to catch a prey”.
Inspired by Classical Painting, main axial pictures take place and evolve according to their elastic potential of significance compromising the next shift in a continuous drift of events.

Making use of different characters on stage – the host| the guest | the voyeur| the witness – we reflect about the boundaries and positions within a performance’s structure.
We approach an (in) formal setup where the performers are in control of the coordinates and progress of the show, guest performers are invited to co-operate as doubles within this system, other guests are voyeurs within specific perspectives and some of the witnesses (the audience) can also become victims.
From these conditions and intervention on the set, the different characters rebuild and imprint the scenic space in each gesture, action and imaginary proposals, drawing along the performance a map of a singular territory charged with memories and further possibilities of meaning.


Concept | Co-creation: Antje Lea Schmidt, André Soares, Catarina Miranda, Daniela Schmidtke, Federico Vazzola, Miranda Markgraf, Rosabel Huguet Dueñas

Performers: F&S performers and guests

Support: Dock11 Berlin (Residency Studio)



Some images from our last residency by Roger Rossell

RAM MAN Series by Flocks&Shoals at Dock 11 / Berlin

RAM MAN Series _ 2nd to 5th May / 20.30h / Dock11, Berlin

A WILD SHEEP DANCE by André Soares

THE QUIVER MADE OF FLESH by Catarina Miranda

Presentation of 2 solos conceived by André Soares and Catarina Miranda created from a personal research about the occupation of spaces through processes of transmutation. Event supported by Dock11, Flocks&Shoals, In white Out, Soopa Collective.

A WILD SHEEP DANCE by André Soares

No Animal is dissatisfied … “I think I could turn and live with animals, they are so placid and self-contain’d, I stand and look at them long and long. They do not sweat and whine about their condition, they do not lie awakehe dark and weep for their sins, they do not make me sick discussing their duty to God, not one is dissatisfied, not one is demented with the mania of owning things, not one kneels to another, nor to his kind that lived thousands of years ago, not one is respectable or unhappy over the whole earth.” (Walt Whitman, in “Song of Myself”)

This solo performance is a eulogy to poetry. The human known body is dissolved by hybrid and zoomorphic bodies and the “unspeakable” takes place over that man’s dance. All categories, all abstractions developed by civilized life may become expendable, insufficient – it simply revels an impersonal dimension of emptiness experienced by him. A vitality emerges, an impersonal presence that relates and fills body with anima nature. He becomes it: the codes are undressed and language gets naked, both uncovered in their poverty towards a world of animality and the uniqueness of things. This wild sheep dance opens up a relationship with the world which is not different from artistic creation, where life and fiction become indistinguishable.

Concept and  Performance _ André Soares/ InWhiteOut


Lucia Albini, Matthew Branham, Catarina Gonçalves, Rosabel Huguet, Moo Kim, Liselotte, Miranda Markgraf, Brit Rodemund and Daniela Schmidtke.


THE QUIVER MADE OF FLESH  by Catarina Miranda

Scenic construction from the relation of a space and a body that inhabits it. The mediating place of this zoomorphic transposition, is crossed by movement and air, where an object, a skin, subject of a metamorphosis process is impregnated with life, generating a state of vitality. Process that follows the study about Japanese Folklore and Classic Dance Theatre (Aomori, Buyo and Noh) combining cosmology with gesture vocabulary along with the occupation of “enclosure” spaces, revealed by the relation between light and shadow on stage.

Concept and  Performance _ Catarina Miranda/ Music Composition _ Jonathan Uliel Saldanha/ Collaboration: Jonathan Uliel Saldanha, André Soares, Keiko Yamaguchi. Developed and presented within the scope of “Dance Box Program 2013″ (Maizuru/Kobe _ Japan)/ Support: Flocks&Shoals, Torindo/DanceBox, A Sala, Curator’s Lab, N.E.C, Soopa Collective, Dock11



by Heather Schmaedeke

by Heather Schmaedeke



Flocks&Shoals Performance Art Collective

Catarina Miranda

Inwhiteout / André Soares

Dock 11 Berlin

Self Portrait 24

The inspiration for “Self Portrait 24” came from an audition.

Each dancer will present themselves in 2 minute solos in which they perform variations on their own movement vocabulary. These portraits are presented in a unified format in order to highlight the individuality of each artist. This evening exposes the variety of outstanding dancers who come to Berlin from around the world.

Concept: Marcela Giesche with Ilana Reynolds.


Bar Altshuler, Ben Block, Shiori Tada, Arianna Rodeghiero, Meltem Nil, Sunniva Vikør Egenes, Leyla Postalcıoğlu, Katharina Schwärzer, Jonas Büchler, Sonya Levin, Rosabel Huguet, Sebastian Collado, Valentina Migliorati, Ofir Najary, Annapaola Leso, Sinja Maucher, Andrea Krohn, Isabel Cuesta Camacho, Ilana Reynolds, Winnie Ho, Jadi Carboni, Moo Kim, Felix A Castillo, Shin Jung Park, Kiani del Valle.


28.03.2012 ……… 20:30

29.03.2012 ……… 20:30

Tickets:  8.- / 10.- €


Dock 11

Kastanienallee 79,
10435 Berlín