© Bettina Stöss
Combining dance and the visual arts, Anna Huber has produced twenty-five creations since 1993: solos, group pieces, interdisciplinary projects and sitespecific works. She has received many awards, notably the Prix de Chorégraphie et Danse Suisse in 2010, the prestigious Hans-Reinhard Ring in 2002 and the award of the Mary Wigman Society. Unsichtbarst, or exposing oneself to become invisible. On a reflective square, surrounded by the public, Huber sways and links extremes. Both real and an artefact, it emerges straight from the imagination. She plays on the visibility of disappearance and we can’t take our eyes off her. The performance was presented at Grand Studio on 16 and 17 April 2019.