WAH — Amorphous Alloy


Friday 5th of May | 20.00                                              

Amorphous Alloy

Ensemble w/ Anja Weber, Jagna Anderson, Dodi Helschinger

anja weber – dance, electronics, e-guitar

jagna anderson – dance, voice

dodi helschinger – voice, poetry, e-guitar

Amorphous alloys are metallic materials with a glass-like structure and astonishing properties. Used as biomaterial for implantation into bones, metallic glass dissolves gradually in organisms and is replaced with bone tissue … We explore possible meeting points between (female) body and machine, melting electronics, poetry, vocals, body/movement and spacial structures into a performative amorphous alloy.

Text: “amorphe legierung” by Dodi Helschinger, and music by Mila Chiral




WAH is the name for collaborative work of Anja Weber, Jagna Anderson and Dodi Helschinger. Since 2016 we keep criss-crossing together various artistic fields and creating new polyphonies out of dance, acoustic and electronic music, vocal performance, poetry, video and installation. We explore intersections between body and its different multisensorial contextualizations. We are combining improvisation and instant composition with scores.

Anja Weber is a dancer, choreographer, musician, CLMA (Certified Laban Movement Analyst) and she specialized in psychosomatic medicine and neuropsychology. She studied dance at Iwanson International School of Contemporary Dance, Munich and real time composition with Julyen Hamilton and Billie Hanne.


Jagna Anderson is a multidisciplinary performance artist working with movement, voice and visuals. She studied various somatic disciplines and improvisation methodologies (a.o. with Sten Rudstrøm, Ruth Zaporah, Andrew Morrish, Rosalind Crisp).


Dodi Helschinger is an author/poet, performer and vocalist. She studied improvisation with Sten Rudstrøm, Ruth Zaporah, Andrew Morrish. Together with Jagna Anderson Dodi is developing multidisciplinary performances involving voice, movement and spatial design.



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