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**Program available on April 23 at 8pm (Central Europe Time) for 24 hours
Place to be: Human fields (IL/PL) 15min
The piece reflects the growing conviction of modern life that change is the only permanence with no final state in sight and none desired. ‘To be’ means forever ‘becoming’. Temporariness, vulnerability, inclination to constant change, avoiding completion, and staying under-defined. Every new structure replaces the previous one and becomes another momentary settlement – acknowledged until further notice.
Choreography: Dor Mamalia & Dariusz Seweryn Nowak Performers: Jin Young Won, Dariusz Nowak, Dor Mamalia Co-creation: Jin Young Won Dramaturgy: Alicja Róża & Dariusz Nowak Music: Davidson Jaconello
NEREID: Corps itinérants (FR) 8min
This short film reveals the encounter between a marine entity and a man in search of the absolute. An abstract and poetic tale in which the characters graze at the same time as two worlds collide. The nymph of the oceans and the mortal will tirelessly try, in a mad race punctuated by nature and mineral musicality, to communicate and to reveal themselves intimately.
Choreography: Clara Villalba Cinematography: Flore Caillat-Grenier Interpretations: Clara Villalba, Aurélien Ferru and Jonathan Fenez Music: Jonathan Fenez
4-7-8: Kristen Carcone (CA) 33min
4-7-8 explores the complexities of anxiety and the social stigma surrounding mental health. Based on the breathing technique made popular by Dr. Andrew Weil, 4-7-8 is a five-part multi-disciplinary performance including dance, visual art, live music, audio installations, and theatre.
Concept/Direction/Choreography: Kristen Carcone Performers: Kim Fischer, Madeline Wright, Colleen Snell, Laura Carella Music: David Steinmetz,Kyle Jacques and Callahan Connor, “Crazy” by Patsy Cline, “At Last” by Etta James, “Can’t Help Falling in Love” by Elvis Presley, “Day One Two” by F.S. Blumm and Nils Frahm Cinematographers: Michael Carella and Jonathan Carella