A sleepless morning and warm memories of the University of Roehampton made me dig up videos of my first year as a MFA student. Here is a newly edited teaser of my performance installation LICHT for the module “Creating Event Spaces” in 2013. Thank you to all the beautiful people in this video, who came to see it and helped me with my process. Check it out:
Wenn der Falter stirbt,
fühlt er dann
sein Herz, wie es nicht mehr schlägt
und weiß er dann,
dass dieses Licht ihn mit Unendlichkeit belohnt?
Dass mit dem Licht
sein ganzes Leben sich gelohnt?
(Excerpt of Isabel Tuengerthal’s Der Falter)
Wanna see this lovely bunch perform again?
Cast and Choreographer of Hidden Leaves
Then come to London from the 4-8th November!
The End is Important in All Things, the first part of my thesis performance Hidden Leaves, will be shown at this year’s
EMERGE at the Space!
Check back for more details soon!
It is official:
I can now call myself Suse Tietjen, Master of Fine Arts in Choreography (with distinction -woopwoop)!
So much love to everyone at Roehampton! I will miss you dearly <3
Faye, Charlene and Suse
Best Parents in the World
Ingrid and Suse (sisters in heart)
There is no Feeling as Sweet as Falling
The Royal Festival Hall
My name is Suse.
I am a dancer, dance teacher and choreographer. I like the smell of rain on a summer’s day and the way it feels when skin touches skin. I get excited about swimming in the ocean, observing bats in the night skies and listening to magical music. I am not a photographer. I have a shitty camera. But my eyes have seen a few things, and this world is beautiful and full of strange beings. Thus, I wanted to share some of my visual adventures, impressions and memories with you.
Time is running! Save the date for my thesis performance on the
5th June 2014 @ 7pm, Michaelis Theatre, University of Roehampton
Hidden Leaves is a collection of three unlikely short stories, interweaving several plot lines around the ancient Japanese aphorism “The End is Important in All Things”. The need of parting from another, deathly ways of procreation in the animal kingdom and the devotion of one’s life to the Way of the Samurai are explored through the bodies of the six dancers. As these unlikely stories coalesce into a non-linear arrangement of dance and music, we might recognize as T.S. Eliot did that “to make an end is to make a beginning”.
Amy Louise Cartwright
Admission is free!
I would be very happy to see you there!
For more information on the process of creating this work, please visit: http://www.theenddance.wordpress.com
The collaboration between the University of Roehampton and the Tanzorchester Suse Tietjen for this year’s Footprint Dance Festival will start today. The Asrai are on their way to London. A weekend of watery dancing joy will commence and you can get your ticket for “Stimmen der Wasser” as part of Footprint Dance Festival here:
Tuesday 13th May 2014 @ 7pm, University of Roehampton, Michaelis Theatre
Meanwhile, have a look at our journey:
Stimmen der Wasser
This gallery contains 39 photos.
Pictures by Lauren Van Gijn (http://vangijnvisions.blogspot.ca) Dancers: Amy Louise Cartwright, Joshua Gill, Lucie Gleeson, Ingrid Hatleskog, Erica Moshman, Kurt Nagy