Soli for Corey

The combination between electronic music and humans that are dancing looks back to quite a long tradition. As part of Art Space presented by Toyota CH-R, US-Choreographer Richard Siegal has created a choreography that transforms the exceptional dancer Corey Scott-Gilbert into a robot. His human-like body responds to a kind of choreographic computer language Richard Siegal has developed as his „If/Then-Method“. Like a drum machine combines different rhythms, the choreography combines a various patterns of movement that Richard Siegal has developed for Melt! Festival. In the form of guerrilla performances SOLI FOR COREY intervenes in the festival program. At various times and places – whenever you wouldn’t expect it – the performer appears out of nowhere. He dances. And he disappears …