About Us

Unplush was founded in 2015. Since then, the company has proposed several artistic productions, inside and outside the frame of theatres’ infrastructures, both in Switzerland and internationally. The company Unplush brings together artists from different fields such as dance, visual arts, video and music.

The work of the Unplush company is the result of the collaboration of different artists directed by Marion Zurbach. The artists gather their efforts around unconventional topics, to address a wide range of audience though humour and physicality in order to challenge interdisciplinarity and established moral values. Over the three years of its existence, Unplush has carried out two other projects in parallel with the Company. These initiatives reflect the wish of the company to address different kinds of audiences, by being present not only as performers, but also as pedagogues and curators.

With “Unplush Invites”, Unplush develops a particular approach to the concept of “hosting” by inviting very diverse audiences to participate to unique events curated by the Unplush Invites collective.

“Amaclub” is a platform that aims to give space to amateur dancers to learn and improve technical skills in contemporary dance and to express their personal emotional universe through creative work.

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posh

A touring exhibition to promote a better image over rich people

By UNPLUSH & JAWIS

Unplush and JAWIS bring together performance and music to create POSH: an exhibition with the aim to promote the life style and to justify the existence of a high class society. It is made out of different installations confronting the audience with an ironic view on what our society legitimates.

 

Performers and Makers: Peter Cripps Clark, Maria Demandt, Meloe Gennai, Guilherme Marinheiro, Marion Zurbach 

Musicians: JAWIS: Fhunyue Gao & Annalena Fröhlich

Concept: Marion Zurbach

Assistants: Vittorio Bertolli & Ralf Samens

Premiere 4 June 2017 Rihzom Festival Rote Fabrik Zurich

Duration: 45′