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28.12.2018

Warsaw: Paweł Sakowicz’s Masakra premiering soon

On 9-11 January 2019 (7 pm), Nowy Teatr in Warsaw together with the Art Stations Foundation will host the premiere presentations of Paweł Sakowicz?s Masakra [Massacre]. The performance will be presented as part of the choreographic cycle Expanding the Field, and its premiere will be preceded with a lecture by the curator of the cycle, Joanna Leśnierowska, titled Jak zobaczyć taniec. Ćwiczenia w patrzeniu [How to See Dance: Exercises in Looking]. The lecture will be held on 8 January 2019 [7 pm] at Nowy Teatr in Warsaw. Masakra is Sakowicz?s fifth original piece.   In 1937, the Polish government sent an...

06.11.2018

Warsaw: Anna Nowickas premiere in the Expanding the Field cycle

As part of the Expanding the Field choreographic programme by Nowy Teatr and the Art Stations Foundation, Anna Nowicka will premiere her new piece, This is the Real Thing (Wednesday, 7 November, 8 pm, ul. Madalińskiego 10/16; repeat presentations have been scheduled for 8-9 November at 8 pm and 8:30 pm, respectively). On the third night, Nowicka?s performance will be accompanied by a presentation of a previous piece developed within the frame of Expanding the Field, i.e. You Are Safe by Agata Siniarska, which will also be presented on 10-11 November.   I crush my skin's landscape. I roll it up, put...

03.07.2018

Warsaw: Inauguration of the Program Poszerzanie pola [Expanding the Field] at Nowy Teatr

On Thursday, 5 July (8 pm), the Art Stations Foundation and Nowy Teatr will host the inaugural lecture in the new series Ćwiczenia w patrzeniu [Exercises in Seeing], which will be held as part of the choreographic programme Expanding the field, co-organized by the two institutions. Tuding a series of meetings accompanying subsequent premieres in the programme, curator Joanna Leśnierowska will invite participants to engage in exercises in dance perception. Also as part of the programme, on 12 July (7 pm) Agata Siniarska will premiere her piece You Are Safe.Siniarska?s is a choreography of movement relations between human bodies, aliens,...

10.07.2014

Warsaw: Europa. Śledztwo a premiere of an theatrical experiment by Jędra, Pelczyńska, Szostak, Szczęśniak

On three successive nights, from 11 to 13 July 2014 (Friday-Sunday), at 8pm, Komuna//Warszawa (ul. Lubelska 30/32) will be presenting Europa. Śledztwo [Europe: An Investigation], a premiering theatrical experiment conceived by Magdalena Jędra, Weronika Pelczyńska and Iza Szostak (choreography and performance) and Agata Szczęśniak (dramaturge). The premiere is part of the series Przyszłość Europy[Europe?s Future]. After the performance on 11 July the piece?s creators will meet the audience. The meeting is going to be hosted by Grzegorz Laszuk.   About the piece:   A body. A corpse. An absence. Every investigation begins with the lack of something with the detective working to fill the gap created by someone?s...

25.01.2018

Calgary, Canada: Maciej Kuźmińskis pieces presented as part of the Identities evening

Melissa Monteros and Wojciech Mochniej (W&M Physical Theatre) are pleased to invite everyone to a cyclical Polish showcase presented as part of the Pro Series Festival at the University of Calgary (Canada). On 26-27 January 2018 at 8 pm at Matthews Theatre (210 University Ct NW, AB T2N 4V8) Maciej Kuźmiński will show 2 pieces: Difference and Dominique (performed by Dominik Więcek). Dominique has been awarded with numerous prizes and honourable mentions in Poland and abroad, including: 1st Prize (EUR 2,000), the Critics? Award, and the special Aleksander Izailovski Award for ?inventive artistic voice.?; 2nd Award and Scapino Production Award at the 30th International Choreographic Competition in Hannover, Germany (2016);...

03.03.2017

Poznań: Announcement of Solo Projekt Plus 2017 residents

We are pleased to announce that the choreographers? residency project SOLO PROJEKT PLUS 2017, run by the Old Brewery New Dance / Art Stations Foundation by Grażyna Kulczyk in Poznań, selected Przemek Kamiński, Krystyna Lama Szydłowska and Kasia Wolińska as this year?s resident artists. Artistic coaching for the three will be provided by Guy Cools, dance dramaturge, professor at the Arts in Society research institute in Tilburg, and guest professor at Ghent University in Belgium. The pieces created as part of the residencies will premiere on 30 September 2017.   Our congratulations to the residents!   About the residents:  ...

14.06.2016

Hannover: Two prizes for Maciej Kuźmiński at the 30th Choreographic Competition

The 30th International Choreographic Competition in Hannover ended yesterday, bringing two prizes for Maciej Kuźmiński and his work Dominique which was brilliantly performed by Dominik Więcek. Dominique received the second prize and Kuźmiński won the Scapino Ballett Rotterdam Production Award. The award is an invitation to produce in the next season a new piece for Scapino Ballet Rotterdam, one of the best known dance theatres in the Netherlands.   Full list of winners: http://ballettgesellschaft.squarespace.com/ More on Scapino Ballett Rotterdam: https://www.scapinoballet.nl/   More on Dominique at www.eng.maciejkuzminski.com     About the performance   The word feminism needs to be reclaimed in...

10.06.2016

Hannover: Dominique at the 20th International Competition for Choreographers

The solo performance Dominique choreographed by Maciej Kuźmiński and performed by Dominik Więcek was selected for the jubilee 30th edition of the International Competition for Choreographers in Hannover, Germany. The competition will be held on 11?12 June 2016 at the Theater am Aegi (Aegidientorplatz 2).   This year?s event hosts 20 presentations from Spain, France, Belgium, Hungary, China, Britain, Germany, South Korea, Italy, Columbia and Israel, and one from Poland.   So far, Dominique has won audience awards at the 20th International Solo-Dance-Theater Festival in Stuttgart in 2016, 1st prize in the Choreographic Competition of the Warsaw Dance Platform in...

08.10.2015

Poznań: Intensive performative weekend accompanies the Lets Dance exhibition

As part of the intensive performative weekend related to the Let?s Dance exhibition, the Art Stations Foundation and the Old Brewery New Dance Programme in cooperation with the Institute of Music and Dance are delighted to invite everyone interested to join in practical and theoretical reflection. Poznań will host American choreographer Trajal Harrell who since 2001 has been dealing with the question ?What would have happened in 1963 if someone from Harlem?s voguing ball scene had come downtown to perform alongside the early postmoderns at Judson Church?? Antigone Jr is the fourth episode of the cycle Twenty Looks or Paris...

01.09.2015

Poznań: Ania Nowaks Artistic Residence Love as a Strategy for Generating Knowledge and Spending Time at Poznańs ZAMEK Culture Centre

Between 5 September and 11 October, Poznań?s CK ZAMEK/ZAMEK Culture Centre will host Ania Nowak?s artistic residence entitled Love as a Strategy for Generating Knowledge and Spending Time. The residence takes up love as a political category which establishes various ways of understanding the world and cultivating social relations.   From the artist: During my research residence at the ZAMEK Culture Centre, together with the invited guests and the audience we will conduct a critical examination of love, its representations in contemporary culture, and its potential as a stimulus for innovative reflection and action. I am interested in the possibilities...

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