About us

...met in London’s performance scene. Both artists share a common interest in conceptual performance art and movements. They work together on experimental choreographies / installations and are interested in using the whole body [Mind, Face, voice, emotions, Impulses…]. In September 2010 they have found the art collaboration [Re:artzzZ]. [Re:artzzZ]'s performances have been presented at different festivals in England and Mainland Europe. Since 2013 the collaboration is expanding internationally, and has a second base in Frankfurt / Germany.

Thursday, 26 May 2011

MANIFESTO 1


[performance] MANIFESTO
[1]

WE ARE CHILDREN OF THE POSTMODERN AGE, ELETROCUTED BY ITS IMAGES.
WE HAVE BEEN EMPTIED OF OUR IDEALS --- SO WE COLLABORATE.
WE COLLABORATE FOR CREATIVITY! WE COLLABORATE FOR FREEDOM!

[2]
WE ADMIRE THEATRE AND DANCE AND ILLUSIONISM, but WE ARE
INTERESTED IN THE PRESENT:
WE ARE NOT MAGICIANS_ _ _ WE WILL NOT FAKE!

[3]
WE QUESTION WHAT IS REAL AND WHAT IS UNREAL. WE EMBRACE OUR
INDIVIDUALITY AND ITS CREATIVE PROCESS.
WE REFUSE TO BE LED AS THE HERD: WE WILL NOT “BaaahhH”!

[4]
WE USE THEORIES, BUT THEORIES ARE NOT TANGIBLE: WE PRACTICE.

[5]
WE EXPLORE OUR CREATIVITY THROUGH OUR WHOLE BODY (INCLUDING THE
MIND, EMOTIONS, HEART, FACE, EYES, MOUTH, NOSE, EARS, TEETH & TOES)
by using a LEVEL OF PURE IMPROVISATION.

[6]
WE BREATH, WE THINK, WE CREATE!

Monday, 23 May 2011

Monday, 16 May 2011

Next Performance this Saturday in East London

...after a great time at the Brighton Fringe, we are looking forward to perform an abstract of our newest show ASTA NIELSEN IS DEAD [a silent move].
Hope to see you there and grab a beer afterwards (they have a lovely beer garden:)
Regina & Patrizia

Tuesday, 10 May 2011

Brighton Fringe Review

...we had a lovely time at the Brighton Fringe Festival last Saturday. 


for ASTA NIESEN IS DEAD [a silent move]

 'With stunning detail and precise physicality on stage, who needs a voice when [RE:ArtzZZ] use silence & subtitles to bring the house down!' ****- Richard Staplehurst, Fringreview.com


Full review:
http://www.fringereview.co.uk/fringeReview/3968.html


Thanks to all, who made this project happen xxx