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Düsseldorf /Tanzhaus NRW: Agata Siniarska and Vala Tomasz Foltyn to participate in INVENTUR 2

INVENTUR 2 wants to analyse the current situation of contemporary dance and the performing arts, across genre boundaries and in a cross-sectoral manner. 12 years after the first INVENTUR in Vienna in 2005 the field?s most prominent performers discuss central topics of the latest developments of contemporary dance and art, all the while taking in consideration the current political, ecological and economic crises. In nine panels, both the inventory as well as the inventory-taking itself will be up for discussion.   On the final day (3 June 2017), Polish artists Agata Siniarska and Vala Tomaszy Fołtyn will moderate the panel...


Warsaw: Premieres of pieces by Magdalena Ptasznik and Maria Stokłosa at Other Dances

As part of the final instalment of the Performative Week which accompanies the exhibition Other Dances and the cycle Centre in Process, the Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art and the Centre in Motion are pleased to invite everyone to the Laboratory Building (Wojciech Krukowski Hall, ul. Jazdów 2) for the premieres of pieces by Magdalena Ptasznik (Uncannings, 11-12 September, 7 pm), and Maria Stokłosa (Królowa Wody/Queen of Water, 13-14 September, 7 pm). Apart from that, Other Dances will also host the presentation of Iza Szostak?s National Affairs (Sunday, 16 September, 7 pm), and the premiere of Izabela Chlewińska?s Silence,...


Points of Convergence. Alternative Views on Performance book premiere and performance presentation

The Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, the Centre in Motion, and the Burdąg Foundation are pleased to invite everyone to the premiere of the book Points of Convergence. Alternative Views on Performance and the accompanying presentation of the artistic research of four dancers, initiated by Magdalena Ptasznik. The event will be held at the Museum by the Vistula (ul. Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie 22) on Saturday, 10 June 2017 (7pm).   Undoubtedly, performance ? similarly to siren ? signifies the ?breakdown of the code?: it undermines the accepted divisions, speaks up for more complex and polyphonic systems. Organised in the vicinity of...

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