Lasts app. 60’; no intermission.
- Concept & Choreography: Filiz Sızanlı, Mustafa Kaplan
- Scenography: Erki de Vries
- Object Design: Kerem Özel
- Light Design: Utku Kara
- Project Coordinator: Fırat Kuşçu
- Performers: Burcu Uçatenik, Ekin Tunceli, Jasmin İhraç, Fatih Gençkal, Fırat Kuşçu, Melih Kıraç, Sedef Gökçe, Yazı Ece Köz
Thanks to; 2009 production’s Co-Producers Linz 2009 European Capital of Culture, Festival Montpellier Danse 2009 & 0090 Kunsten Festival, 2009 production’s supporters Dans le cadre de la Saison de la Turquie en France, juillet 2009 – mars 2010 « Turquie et merveilles », Productiehuis Rotterdam & De Singel Internationale Kunstcampus, MSGSÜ Çağdaş Dans ASD., Kerem Gelebek, Loup Abramovic, Cevdet Erek, Gurur Ertem, Sinan Kestelli, Sima Can Kaplan, Gizem Bilgen, Yüksel Aymaz, Aslı Bostancı, Ha Za Vu Zu
Could body transform into space, and space into sound? Is something functional always useful? DO KU MAN was born ten years ago when Taldans transformed the workings of a textile factory in Linz to movement, sound, and rhythm. This time around, DO KU MAN is on the stage with a larger cast and a fresh interpretation. Kaplan and Sızanlı are the creators of the concept and choreography for the performance. Nine performers/dancers undertake the task of moving the sound, building sound blocks and modular structures around the stage.