Florian Lochner and Alice Klock
May 8, 2019
Award winning dancer-choreographers Florian Lochner (Germany) and Alice Klock (US) brought their experience performing at some of the biggest modern dance venues in the world to the Germany Week stage.
Alice and Florian created two pieces, “Familiar” and “Hidden & Revealed,” which engaged with themes of friendship and human relationships in very specific ways: “Familiar” is about the acceptance of ourselves and others, while “Hidden & Revealed” invites us to search beyond the limited impression of a fleeting moment in order to grasp the bigger picture.
Find out more about Lochner and Klock’s artistic partnership, FLOCK, here.
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