© Senta Simond, Jenna Calderari
© Senta Simond, Jenna Calderari
© Senta Simond, Jenna Calderari
© Senta Simond, Jenna Calderari
© Senta Simond, Jenna Calderari

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Where Do You Wanna Go Today (Variation 3)

  • 60’
  • A Non-French-speaking friendly
  • G Hearing loops

Concept & Performance: PRICE (Mathias Ringgenberg).Dramaturgy & Character Coach: Mira Kandathil. Movement Research: Ivan Blagajcevic. Voice Coach: Katarzyna Sitarz. Music: PRICE. Music Producer: Alban Schelbert, Modulaw. Costume Design: Victor Barragán. Graphic Design: Bart de Baets. Photography: Senta Simond & Jenna Calderari.
Co-Production: Arsenic - Contemporary Performing Arts Center, Lausanne, and STUK - House for Dance, Image & Sound, Leuven. Supported by: Pro Helvetia, Swiss Cultural Foundation, City of Zurich, Canton of Zurich, Ernst Göhner Foundation. Special thanks to Tanzhaus Zürich, Arsenic - Contemporary Performing Arts Center, Lausanne, Workspace Brussels, STUK - House for Dance, Image & Sound, Montevideo, Marseille.


PRICE is a hybrid fictional character born from the sea of information, who explores the emotional disorientation of a generation having grown up with mass culture, neoliberalism and the omnipresence of the internet. By probing the mechanisms of pop, PRICE’s musical stories evoke instability, fear and romantic disillusion. Where Do You Wanna Go Today reinvents itself from clubs to art galleries, using these diverse contexts to affirm the frustration and solitude of a generation he considers to be down-and-out. At a time when storytelling has taken over the collective psyche, the artist’s sincere and ambiguous presence has testimonial value.

 

Mathias Ringgenberg, aka PRICE, was born in Rio de Janeiro in 1986. Through his current musical-performative work Where Do You Wanna Go Today, Mathias Ringgenberg developed the fictional character PRICE. In this project, he explored the mechanisms of mainstream pop while attempting to unlock the potential of various musical and performative formats. The forms of his work mutate as they are played in showrooms or clubs and therefore can always be experienced in new ways. He lives and works in Zurich.

  • 60’
  • A Non-French-speaking friendly
  • G Hearing loops