«currently resident in»

Indian IT-specialists in Great Britain, the elderly care nurse from the Ukraine next door, African street cleaners in Paris or the doner kebab seller at the railway station: More and more people are leaving their country looking for fortune/luck, for new perspectives or simply for survival. Departure, arrival, a new life: The uprooting is a deep cut leaving marks. Big dreams are often followed by disenchantment, a laborious time begins and many a migrant loses himself.

At home moving like a fish in the water, now hesitating at every step he takes. Exposed to constant surveillance, often suspicious, always under pressure to justify himself and trying not to offend, he loses all his spontaneity. And even if he has found a place to live: What about language, the “house of our being”?

In his solo, Juan Dante investigates the effects of global mobility upon the human being. With all his heart, from head to toe, with his body and his language, the native Columbian, who has been living and working in Europe since 2006, traces his own exemplary experiences. For 70 minutes, comedy and catastrophe stand close to each other, and even the delightful doesn’t miss out.

editta braun company & Dante Murillo:

«currently resident in»

created 2013 in Salzburg

performance, creation: Dante Murillo

choreography, creation: Editta Braun

co-directing: Arturas Valudskis

composition: Thierry Zaboitzeff

dramaturgy: Gerda Poschmann-Reichenau

coaching dance: Tomaž Simatović

lightdesign: Thomas Hinterberger

paintings: Evelyn Braun, Sigrid Linher

visuals: Editta Braun

photos: Bettina Frenzel, Leo Fellinger, R&M Kirchner

«currenctly resident in» -  Technical Rider

Dante Murillo

Born 1982 in Colombia, graduates from the Communication/Audiovisial department at Javeriana University Bogota/Colombia. MA of Arts in Dance/Movement Research and Pedagogy at Bruckneruniversity Linz/Austria. Touring world wide as performer. Creates since 2011 his own choreographic work. The B- Project and Dancing Museums are his latest projects as a Dance Maker, both of them are European founded initiatives created in collaboration with renown dance houses and Museums in the UK, France, Italy, Netherlands and Austria.