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Dance / installation / performance

Concept, staging, choreography: Emi Miyoshi

Installation and performance: Jürgen Oschwald

Dance: Emi Miyoshi

Music, sound: Ephraim Wegner, Annette Rießner

Dramaturgical support: Emma-Louise Jordan

Light: Markus Frietsch

Photo, video: Marc Doradzillo



In cooperation with E-WERK Freiburg and Tanztendenz München eV

With the kind support of the Cultural Office of the City of Freiburg, Landesverband Freie Tanz- und Theaterschaffende Baden-Württemberg eV with funds from the Ministry of Science, Research and Art of the State of Baden-Württemberg, LBBW and the Sparkasse Freiburg-Nördlicher Breisgau.


PRESS: Badische Zeitung Kulturjoker Zeitung Sunday





May 4th, 2017, 8:30 p.m.

Further performances: 05 ,. 06 ,. 11 ,. and May 12th, 2017

Festival 6tagefrei

April 10. 2019 (Wed) 8:30 PM

Theater Ramp, Stuttgart


09.11. .2019. at 10:00

Ort: Vorplatz des Einkaufszentrums, Landwasser Freiburg


29.11.2019. at 20:00.  

Ort: Städtische Galerie, Villingen-Schwenningen


Tanztendenz München - Sidekicks

Dec. 13, 2019 (FR) at 8:00 PM

Schwere Reiter Theater, München



Dance and Theater Award of the City of Stuttgart and the State of Baden-Württemberg 2019

Together with the Freiburg artist Jürgen Oschwald, the Japanese dancer and choreographer Emi Miyoshi has been exploring new forms of interaction between installation and dance since 2016. The preliminary highlight of this cooperation was the performance MORINONAKA - in the forest about destroyed landscapes, which was awarded the dance and theater prize of the city of Stuttgart and the state of Baden-Württemberg in October.

The new production IN MY ROOM is now dedicated to
dance and sculptural exploration of space.
The dancer's body and movement react immediately to the stage situation, permanently changed by Jürgen Oschwald through objects and temporary sculptures. The result is impressive images with a multitude of motifs of movement, which make the network of relationships and the many facets of the two actors clear. Often a little push is enough for the world to reveal itself to you anew.

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