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Exhibition Detail
Immediate Archaeologies
Invalidenstraße 115
10115 Berlin
Germany


July 9th, 2009 - August 1st, 2009
Opening: 
July 23rd, 2009 7:00 PM - 12:00 AM
 
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Morgan Belenguer is a choreographer living and working in Berlin. He completed his education at the atelier Rudra Béjart. He participated in the Choreographic competition Hannover, where he won the 2nd prize with Alchera in 1999 and the next year the critic prize for L'incessante which was then invited to the Holland Dance Festival. Since 2000 Belenguer has pursued his choreographic work internationally for Ballet du Rhin, Theaterhaus Stuttgart, Rotterdam Dance Academy, and the CCR Dance Company Istanbul. Since 2007 he has collaborated with Melanie Lane as artists in residence at Dock 11 Berlin. Their last 2 productions include Riddle (2007) and Held (2008). Belenguer directed and produced the music video clip Bim for the artist Ellen Allien (Bpitch Control Record Label).


Luis Berríos-Negrón (*1971, Puerto Rico) focuses on visual arts, material economies, and mass customization through the lens of architecture. His most recent project was The Artifex Stonemasonry Workshop in Mallorca [www.luisberriosnegron.org].

 


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