Costumes for a performance by Meg Stuart at HAU Hebel am Ufer, Berlin (2014)

Further performances at PACT Zollverein, La Biennale, La Bâtie-Festival de Genève, Gessnerallee, Kaai Theather, Bergen International Theatre, De Sinegal, Centre Pompidou, Münchner Kammerspiele, Mousonturm, Frankfurt, NTGent, Schauspiel Köln, Usine C, REDCAT and TQW.sket

In her solo Hunter, choreographer Meg Stuart explores her own body as an archive populated with personal and cultural memories, ancestors and artistic heroes. The piece is performed at the Biennale di Venezia in 2018, the same year that Stuart is awarded the Golden Lion for Stuart’s Lifetime Achievement.

Claudia Hill’s costumes for Hunter take on forms such as a cartoonish body made from a flag, track jackets with inflatable animals, shaman-inspired accessories, overlays of hand embroidery on a hunter’s vest, masks, and a floor-length hairpiece.

Choreography and PerformanceMeg Stuart
DramaturgyJeroen Peeters
Sound DesignVincent Malstaf
ScenographyBarbara Ehnes
Costume DesignClaudia Hill
LightingJan Maertens
VideoChris Kondek
Assistant ChoreographyAna Rocha
Assistant ScenographyGiulia Paolucci
Assistant Costume DesignKahori Furukawa
Assistant VideoPhillip Hohenwarter

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