Open doors, hearts and minds
14. Dezember 2020
I would like to wish the Karlstorbahnhof a grand Happy
I first came in touch with the Karlstorbahnhof in 2017 where I was invited to create a full evening production for the 10th Queer Festival with my company InterActions. Since then, I have had the privilege to collaborate and engage with the team, artists, associations and audiences of the Karlstorbahnhof and today I am proud to consider this great house as a home, a family and long-term partner. I am so very grateful for the open doors, hearts and minds that come with the Karlstorbahnhof mentality.
I have always felt in tune with the philosophy of the Karlstorbahnhof – putting the citizens of Heidelberg and its artistic community at the forefront of all its activities. I share these values within my own company and in my artistic work. Therefore, I feel connected on this shared journey towards a bright future for the Heidelberg cultural life.
The future looks promising! A new house brings new opportunities, new ideas, new projects, new connections, new communities, new perspectives, new wishes and new dreams – all of this to look forward to. My own wish for the new Karlstorbahnhof in collaboration with Inter- Actions and the local dance community is to build on sharing knowledge and experiences. I believe together we can assemble a vibrant dance community of artists and audiences combined and truly bring Heidelberg to fulfill its potential as a city for dance.Der Choreograph Edan Gorlicki lebt und arbeitet in Heidelberg. Mit seinem Ensemble Inter-Actions entwickelte er das Outreach- Programm Building Actions und tourt weltweit.
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