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Becoming my body
Becoming my body



Lighting Design



Becoming my body, becoming myself, becoming myselves, becoming ...


The order in which we move is rigid. It assigns the body its place and its function, it guides our view, judgement, pleasure, excitement. The matrix is ​​white, Christian, binary, rigid.


Bishop Black wants movement, mobility, the expansion and extension of his space. He seeks to disengage the body from the grips of the matrix, from the harm of the sexualizing, colonizing gaze. What he eats, how he dresses and moves, it all serves to bring his own body to the ready – against the order.


Bishop Black is driving decolonization; movement for movement, with every sound layer, every video layer, every muscle movement, with every sentence he counters the pressure of the old polar axis powers of sexual identity and racial identity and opens the gravitational field to a third, open, unknown pole.

Konzept: Bishop Black

Choreografie: Bishop Black

Dramaturgie: Jasco Viefhues

Video: Jasco Viefhues

Choreografische Beratung: Caritia Abell


Licht Design: Emilio Cordero Checa

Choreografie Mitarbeit: Kysy Amarante Fischer

Eine Produktion von Kultursprünge im Ballhaus Naunynstraße gemeinnützige GmbH im Rahmen des Festivals Postcolonial Poly Perspectives, gefördert durch den Hauptstadtkulturfonds.


Uraufführung 30. Mai 2019

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