• bagpipes (2021)

    music for "bagpipes" based on Béla Bartok's piano étude "Bagpipe"
    the dance piece is part of syncopated conversations by Frederico Mendes Teixeira

    "Too fast; too slow; or something in between.

    bagpipes is a study about TIME in dance. What happens to timing, when you change the energy of a movement? What happens to timing, when you change the origin of a gesture and its path in space?

    The study was based on Béla Bartok's piano étude "Bagpipe" and its structural division of time. It contains two main sequences, that were broken down into smaller sequences and varied in length, energy invested, front, etc. There was also a division between the accompaniment and the melody, which was played according to the contact of the dancers' feet on the floor."

  • dances for sevens (2021)

    music for "dances for sevens" based on Béla Bartok's piano étude "Dance in Bulgarian Rhythm II"
    the dance piece is part of syncopated conversations by Frederico Mendes Teixeira

  • sincopados (2021)

    music for "sincopados" based on Béla Bartok's piano étude "Syncopation"
    the dance piece is part of syncopated conversations by Frederico Mendes Teixeira

    "center-out; periphery-in; center to another center; outside and more expanded...

    Where does a movement start and where does it travel to in the body? And how does this path change when you retrograde the movement? sincopados is a (tricky!) study about the different ways a movement travels through in the body when you start playing with come and go / back and forth.

    The starting point was the creation of a sequence with simple movements, then adding accents and changes in speed. Then we looked deeper into what body parts were involved, what were the exact contact points. Having collected this knowledge, the idea was then to retrograde all the movements, as detailed as possible. During the process, we figured out that working with pauses was very helpful, therefore they stayed in the final choreography.

    The structure follows: 9 counts of movements - 5 counts of retrograde - 4 counts pause (2x) 8 counts changes of placement in space 5 counts of movement - 5 counts of retrograde - 5 counts of movement and repeat!"

  • Suminoka (2021)

    Music and sound design for the dance film "Suminoka" by Keisuke Mihara and Johannes Steidle

  • Jagger Jagger (2020)

    music and sound design for theatre by toboso

  • Super & Action (2020)

    music (as Santiago 'Magic' Müller) and sound design for theatre by toboso

    SUPER & ACTION Teaser from TOBOSO on Vimeo.

  • Frank & Rita (2019)

    new piece with Foteini Papadopoulou at Maschinenhaus Essen

  • Hamlet (2019)

    collaboration with Mieko Suzuki on music and live electronics for Hamlet at Schauspielhaus Bochum

    Text: William Shakespeare
    Mit Auszügen aus Die Hamletmaschine von Heiner Müller

    Regie: Johan Simons
    Textfassung: Jeroen Versteele
    Bühne, Kostüme: Johannes Schütz
    Musik, Sounddesign: Mieko Suzuki
    Mitarbeit Musik und Sounddesign: Lukas Tobiassen
    Lichtdesign: Bernd Felder
    Dramaturgie: Jeroen Versteele
    Mitarbeit Dramaturgie: Felicitas Arnold

    Übersetzung: Angela Schanelec, Jürgen Gosch

    Mit: Sandra Hüller, Stefan Hunstein, Mercy Dorcas Otieno, Bernd Rademacher, Dominik Dos-Reis, Gina Haller, Konstantin Bühler, Ulvi Teke, Mourade Zeguendi, Jing Xiang, Ann Göbel, Mieko Suzuki, Lukas Tobiassen

    more info

    WDR documentary

  • Lab.el.ID (2019)

    Lab.el.ID is a project created by artists from Greece and Germany. Professionals in the fields of theater, dance, electronic/algorithmic composition and media/visual art meet in Athens for two weeks in an intensive creative and experimental residency. They deal with the concept of cultural identity and its significance, especially in the context of mobility, internet connectivity, feeds, messages, tweets, and updates. The result of their collaboration will be presented in the form of an installative performance at KET on the 12th and 13th of October.

    The idea for the project came up, when in the course of an application, choreographer Foteini Papadopoulou (having studied, been living, and creating art in Germany for over 16 years) found herself wondering about how she perceives herself and how she is being perceived: is she a german artist of greek origin or a greek artist living in Germany? Actor and director Marlene Kaminsky, media artist Klaudios Sklivanitis, choreographer Fotini Papadopoulou, and composer Lucas Tobiassen, with the support of actress Fotini Tsardouni, will dive into unknown territories in order to speak not so much about what they know, but about the things they want to learn through the experience of other people.

  • New Joy (2019)

    Sound design and live electronics for a piece by Eleanor Bauer and Chris Peck at Schauspielhaus Bochum

    Konzept, Regie, Choreografie: Eleanor Bauer
    Konzept, Regie, Musik: Chris Peck

    more info

    WDR documentary

  • PICKNICK (2017)

    ...an seltsam lichter Stelle...

    realisiert im EarPort Duisburg, Sonntag 28. Mai 2017 | 18.00 Uhr

    Verhaltenskodex:

    - handeln Sie nur auf Anweisung
    - verlassen Sie die gekennzeichneten Pfade nicht
    - verhalten Sie sich ruhig
    - bleiben Sie immer in der Gruppe

  • piece for 3 dancers (2017)

    "Stück für drei Tänzer" is a piece by is a performance by: Valentina Boneva, Liliana Ferri, Foteini Papadopoulou, Alejandro Russo, Lukas Tobiassen

    director: Foteini Papadopoulou

    PIECE FOR 3 DANCERS / Trailer from Foteini Papadopoulou on Vimeo.

  • Ooze Of A Crushed Bouquet (2016)

    for 4 channel tape and Performer

    Duration: 12' - 13'

    Permiered at EarPort in Combination with an installation of Johanna Meyer and Birte Lüderitz as Performer.

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    There is also a fixed media version (duration: 8'26")

  • Vacuumed (2016)

    for 2 Performers

  • Der Schlaf der Vernunft (2015)

    for Altoflute, Bass clarinet, Accordion, performer, lights and live electronics

    inspired by "The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters", an etching by the Spanish painter and printmaker Francisco Goya

  • as far as abstract objects (2014)

    Sound composition for the contemporary dance theater piece by Foteini Papadopoulou

    as far as abstract objects / teaser 1 from Foteini Papadopoulou on Vimeo.

    "What do you see, when you observe movement?"
    Whether playfull real-time visualizations, elegant and invigorating dance phrases or space-filling sound installations: In as far as abstract objects the audience is confronted with an extraordinary stage situation. Each audience member views and experiences a different version of the piece. Under the observing eye of a refined media technology four performers search for intermedial spaces, perspectives and the way we perceive time and space through movement.

    as far as abstract objects is a multimedia experience, in which body, sound and image meet and blend with each other in an unexpected way. 
    Artists, scientists and technicians where challenged by choreographer Foteini Papadopoulou to catch the complex subtleties of movement, to modify them and - at the constantly shifting boarder between the abstract and the concrete - to artistically articulate them in a distinct way.

  • WörterKörper (2011)

    Sound composition for the contemporary dance theater piece by Foteini Papadopoulou

    duration: ca. 70'

  • furrynurture (2005)

    da wood in da furrr