18 and 19 March 2013

im Anschluss an Never Name The Shelf

Deborah Hazler

Anthropology of Man

Tagesticket gilt auch für Never Name the Shelf & Substitute show

In Anthropology of Man, Deborah Hazler puts herself into the lives of fictional men and authentically imitates them. Through her empathy for masculine corporealities and emotions, she approaches the question of at which point a man is recognisable as such. Among others, she mutates into male types such as the nerdy hipster who passionately indulges in the literary-alternative lifestyle of the beat poets. Or into the 17-year-old Richard Rogers who undergoes intense muscle-building training with the intention to impress girls and documents his life on his blog:

Back in 2010, Deborah Hazler tested on her own body various ideals and conditions of masculinity in her solo piece Deborah Does Male. She presented herself again very physically with Nanina Kotlowski and Kerstin Olivia Schellander at imagetanz 2011 in the work offnature, which put a damper on the voyeuristic view on the female body with irony and exaggeration.

Concept and performance Deborah Hazler Costume and set Anke Philipp Vogue choreography Milan Loviska

A co-production of Raw Matters Wien and imagetanz/brut Wien.
With the kind support of the City of Vienna’s Department of Cultural Affairs and by ttp WUK.

Festival pass € 56/€ 34/€ 25 with the brutkarte*
day ticket € 16/€ 10/€ 8 with the brutkarte*
single ticket € 14/€ 8/€ 6 with the brutkarte*

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