In Volatile substances Julian Weber continues his research on traditional japanese tea ceremonies. Looking at this ancient tradition from a present choreographic and sculptural perspective he investigates into the forming of the body due to the practice of tea. In the collision between this east asian tradition and his artistic approach at the intersection of visual art and dance, he explores different questions related to the concept of hosting. Thereby a temporarily ecosystem is created which also introduces bonsai and shinrin-yoku.
concept/dance Julian Weber | music I.ruuu | outside eye Lyllie Rouviere