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todo tiene que desear la nada

revised edition 2015

todo tiene que desear la nada

We are watching a man measuring his inner physical world, making use of his physique and the anatomical possibilities of his dancer-body within the set architecture of his environment defined by white stones and black lines.


His world is linear. He is looking for expansion, within himself and outside, visibly, by lengthening his limbs. The more he reaches out into the world from his self-defined rectangular corner of the room, the richer and fuller his inner physical cosmos becomes, the more dynamic his internal experience will be.


„todo tiene que desear la nada“ is an artificial dance solo developed in 2012 by Andrea K. Schlehwein, together with and for the Argentinian dancer Fernando Nicolás Pelliccioli. It was part of the space-sculpture / danced dialogue “Travelogue”, directed by AKS, inspired by John Cage. The piece had its Austrian Premiere in Klagenfurt and was shown in various festivals during a six-weeks Indonesian tour.


The title is a quotation from Alejandro Jodorowski’s: “The dance of reality”.


Dance + Creation

Fernando Nicolás Pelliccioli


Sound, Space, Choreography

Andrea K. Schlehwein


Costume Design

Midori Kawamura



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Millstatt, 20. November 2015

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