16.10 /07:00 pm
In October the programme of Dance Art Centre in Warsaw will feature mainly groups, collective ensembles and dance theatres.
The programme of the CST Dance Art Centre offers a comprehensive survey of the contemporary dance in its broadest spectrum: it includes dance improvisation, shows based on structure, art installation work, interdisciplinary shows, performance art shows. After every performance a conversation will take place between the artists and the audience. In 2017 the performances will take place every Monday from September till December. In the coming years, the programme will be developed to embrace other spheres such as education, animation, theory and critique of dance.
The 2017 Programme is divided into two cycles: MORZE MOŻLIWOŚCI (THE VAST SEA OF OPPORTUNITY) and OKO CYKLONU (THE EYE OF THE CYCLONE)
THE VAST SEA OF OPPORTUNITY
The shows and events presented in this particular cycle will feature various techniques and varying approach to contemporary dance. The performances in this cycle will aim to present different treatment of the modern dance techniques, premieres, young artists’ first appearances in the sphere of contemporary dance art and performance art; also included are presentations by acclaimed, well-known artists who cooperate with the younger generation, and, last but not least, performances and installation art events for children.
THE EYE OF THE CYCLONE
A Centre of stormy events. A Centre of important matters. A Centre that can sometimes be dangerous, shocking, astounding. The performances presented in this cycle undertake vital problems in very many differing ways. The artists use improvisation, construct tension/expression by means of micro-movements, make use of performative tools, combine various dance styles and various spheres of the arts: dance/theatre/film/visual arts – they employ video materials, put up installations or act in an empty space. One special trait connects the whole of the work by our artists: it is like the eye of the cyclone – it takes up crucial dilemmas, rough ones, sometimes ominous, intense and ultimate but very well-known to us all.
THE VAST SEA OF OPPORTUNITY: BEKSIŃSKI_BUTOH. WITHOUT TITLE./ Teatr Limen BUTOH
Butoh: Sylwia Hanff & Magdalena Jakubów
Music: Robert Jędrzejewski – wiolonczela live
Electro music and i video score: Robert Jędrzejewski
Costumes: Sylwia Hanff, Małgorzata Chrust
Installation: Joanna Pielat-Rusinkiewicz
“From a picture I demand the same thing as from music: it should make me feel ecstatic but not by means of what has been painted, or how it has been painted, but by means of something intangible that I am trying to find in my heart and in my eyes, which I cannot name.” Z. Beksiński
Zdzisław Beksiński’s painting is most often seen as full of dark visions all steeped in a grim atmosphere. Other aspects of this painter’s art remain unnoticed. We intend to depart from the stereotype interpretation of Beksiński’s art and discover anew the “mystical” aspect of his painting which is a spiritual pilgrimage, especially visible in the second half of his creative work.
Beksiński followed an entirely individual creative way, similarly like the butoh artists, even in opposition to all avant-garde trends and directions in contemporary art. Extremely interesting to us, the butoh dancers, are all body transgressions and transformations in his art, and that special relation between body and space. Yet another theme of an artistic quest – stressed by the artist himself and by art critics – is connected with the relation between Beksiński’s painting and music: the points of convergence in the structure of a piece of music and the architecture of a painting. “That which is painted is of no great importance to me. The important thing is how it functions in the sense of the sound of the form and the sound of colour, placed in just this, and not any other place. Thus, I would say, I use shape for musical reasons.” This prompted the idea to use the contemporary music language and a video-score form created by Robert Jędrzejewski.
After the performance we invite you to a meeting with artists
The meeting will lead: Hanna Raszewska-Kursa
Limen Theatre was established in 2002 by Sylwia Hanff, a pioneer and most recognizable buyoh dancer in Poland. Liemen Theatre is one of the most important Polish dance theatres. It has created 16 spectacles, a number of etudes and improvisations. TL works with variable cast, open to cooperation with artists of different spheres of art, music and theatre which allows of exchange of creative energy and mutual inspirations. www.limenbutoh.net
Photo. Łukasz Kolewiński
Ticket 10 zł / available at the cashier DK Kadr and on the website DK Kadr: http://www.dkkadr.waw.pl/
Organizers: Fundacja Artystyczna PERFORM, Fundacja Rozwoju Teatru ‘NOWA FALA’ / HOTELOKO movement makers
Project partner: Dom Kultury Kadr
Cooperation: Centrum w Ruchu, Fundacja Burdąg, Fundacja Ciało/Umysł, Fundacja Ciało się, Fundacja Movementum, Fundacja „Myśl w Ciele” / Warszawska Pracownia Kinetograficzna, Fundacja Rozwoju Tańca „Eferte” / Mufmi Teatr Tańca, Fundacja Scena Współczesna / Teatr Tańca Zawirowania, Fundacja Sztuka i Współczesność, Fundacja Sztuki Tańca, Fundacja Tradycji i Transformacji Sztuki / Teatr Tańca NTF, Stowarzyszenie „Akademia Umiejętności Społecznych”/ Teatr Limen Butoh, Stowarzyszenie i Kolektyw Artystyczny Format ZERO, Stowarzyszenie Ja Ja Ja Ne Ne Ne / TukaWach, Stowarzyszenie Strefa Otwarta / Warszawski Teatr Tańca, Stowarzyszenie Sztuka Nowa
Media patronage: portal taniecPOLSKA.pl, TVP Kultura, e-teatr, RDC, teatr dla was.pl, miesięcznik TEATR
The project is co-financed by the City of Warsaw