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The Tanzpassage Eisenstadt presents a poetic “Pas de deux” (French: dance for two) of changing perspectives on ballet, dance, and movement in space.
Autumn / Winter 2023

To the end of love
To the end of time

Love songs
by Plank & Poschauko
 
Plank & Poschauko
Claudia Plank (*1969 in Wels) & Hans Werner Poschauko (*1963 in Graz) studied at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. Artistic collaboration since 1989. Numerous exhibitions in international institutions (i.a. Deichtorhallen Hamburg, Secession Wien) and art projects in public space. 

Love songs

Diane Shooman

The Pas-de-deux showcases in the passageway house two lone figures. In their gestures, caught in bronze, you sense the longing for a dance together. The halls of mirrors they stand in are peach blossom-laced love songs. Each mirrored figure is endlessly alone. In the rose-hued passageway we see them together, to the end of love.

In the Galantha foyer, two rose-hued tondi sport cosmic spirals toning pearls. The tondi are side by side, alone and yet together, like the bronze statues. You sense the spiral spun from a lone pearl as the music to the love lyrics in the passageway, the spiral as love's vertigo, danced to the end of the world.
 




 
Round Composition 1 | Round Composition 2 |
To the end of love – to the end of the world (wax models), 2023
Photos: Plank & Poschauko
Plank & Poschauko
Claudia Plank (*1969 in Wels) & Hans Werner Poschauko (*1963 in Graz) studied at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. Artistic collaboration since 1989. Numerous exhibitions in international institutions (i.a. Deichtorhallen Hamburg, Secession Wien) and art projects in public space.