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 September 2018 
Photo: Arkadiusz Kniga-Leosz.

Warsaw: “Cracks of Existence" – premiere by Sylwia Hanff/Limeb Butoh Theatre

19 September 2018

On Friday, 21 September (7 pm), the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute in Warsaw (ul. Jazdów 1) and the Limen Butoh Theatre will stage the premiere of the performance Szczeliny istnienia [Cracks of Existence], a new solo by Sylwia Hanff featuring electrocaoustic and acousmatic music by the outstanding French composer Pierre Boeswillwald. he two met in 2017 at the international festival “En chair et en Son” held near Paris, where they presented their joint project Zmierzch opuszczonych miast [The Dusk of the Abandoned Cities]. Following their first collaboration, Pierre Boeswillwald offered to compose a piece dedicated to the Warsaw-based butoh artist.

“Choreographic Territories – New Paths for the Avant-garde” 2019 project has begun its tour

17 September 2018

On 8 September, Poznań (Poland) hosted the premiere of the performance Yanka Rudzka Project: Polyphony, which opened the cycle Choreographic Territories: New Paths for the Avant-garde, which covers four outstanding Polish-born dancers and choreographers: Bronislava Nijinska, Maria Rambert, Pola Nireńska, and Yanka Rudzka. Choreographic Territories is organised by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute in collaboration with the Institute of Music and Dance, the Centre for Culture in Lublin, and the Art Stations Foundation in Poznań, along with partners from Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, and Armenia. The project is implemented within the frame of the POLSKA 100 programme, which celebrates the centenary of Polish independence. The Poznań premiere initiated this year’s dance cycle of dance piece presentations held in Poznań, Minsk, Dnipro, Tbilisi, Yerevan, and Kiev from 8 September through 3 October 2018, as part of Choreographic Territories. Apart from the Yanka Rudzka Project: Polyphony, the cycle will also feature Bataille and the Dawn of New Days by Sławek Krawczyński and Anna Godowska, Total by Paweł Sakowicz, Stalking Paradise by the Lublin Dance Theatre, and Welcome/Witajcie by Aurora Lubos.

Kosice/Slovakia: Premiere of the choreographic project “Heart Factory”

11 September 2018

Who are workers nowadays? What do they have in common with the employees of the pre-war Tabačka in Kosice or the Gdańsk shipyard workers? What do they desire, what do they yearn for? To what extent does labor impact one’s identity, build local communities, and helps deconstruct them later on? These questions are contemplated by the authors of the dance performance “Heart Factory.” On the centenary of Polish Independence, the Adam Mickiewicz Institute alongside Ula Zerek, Rafał Dziemidok, Adam Świtała, and Ewa Garniec have developed a dance piece on the phenomenon of postindustrial spaces in Central Europe. The point of departure for “Heart Factory” is the experience gained, and observations made, in Gdańsk and Kosice, therefore the project is comprised of artists from Poland and Slovakia. The premiere will take place on 14 September 2018 at the Tabačka centre in Kosice. Repeat presentations will be held in Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic.

 

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