“Turning the gestures of everyday life into art”
"Kinesthetic empathy at its best"
"The beauty and fragility of dance in one thoughtful concept."
“... a plea for a (re)valuation of the pure body and the information it contains.”
“Museum Motus Mori exists by the grace of a wonderful paradox.”
“Museum Motus Mori is a kinetic portrait of all of us. And the way it takes shape, through the body rather than the mind, is more direct, effective, and compelling than any video, photo, or text could ever be.”
“(Motus Mori’s) long process, combined with the slowed-down movements of the performers, can be read as a reference to time and transience – to death. It can also be read as a call for attentiveness to oneself and others - and thus to life.”
“One of the most impressive exhibitions I have ever visited. Museum Motus Mori confronts you with what we all have in common. Katja Heitmann calls it humanity.”
“Motus Mori is the most personal, most intimate performance I have experienced. A performance that is about you, where you are listened to and where you see movements of yourself reflected in the dance.”
“A choreography for the collarbone, a dance of belly button, belly fat and ribcage, a phrase for the heartbeat and knee muscle…”