Tickets for the 13th International Contemporary Dance Festival Body/Mind have been put up for sale. This year?s event is taking place in Warsaw (Studio Theatre, Powszechny Theatre, Zachęta art gallery and different public spaces) from 18 to 28 September 2014. The theme of the 2014 edition is ?Nie musimy być na ty? [We Don?t Need to Be on First-Name Terms].
As each year, the festival will welcome artists representing many different countries, including: Iceland, Belgium, Turkey, Switzerland, France, Germany, or Portugal, not to mention Polish artists presenting a few premieres and collaborations with foreign partners. In total the audience will be able to chose from 10 performances, including Souls by Olivier Dubois, Nothing?s for something by Heine Avdal and Yukiko Shinozaki, Muvinsitu by Les Choses de Rien, Atlas Warszawa by Ana Borralho and Jo?o Galante, The Iliad by Felix Mathias Otta, Pussy by Karol Tymiński, 600 steps by Taldans, or the Polish-Irish collaboration Folk? A ja się (nie) zgadzam! (Folk? I do (not) agree). The festival is also a chance to meet the artists, take part in discussions, see installations, or participate in workshops on Filming dance: creating video dance and recording dance performance held in association with the Institute of Music and Dance in Warsaw. The festival?s media patron is taniecPOLSKA.pl
Edyta Kozak, the festival?s artistic director:
This year?s festival will revolve around the society vs. the individual, formation of small communities, networking. We?d like to take a closer look at contemporary forms of communitas and the way how face-to-face, inclusive, and non-hierarchical communities form, carrying a potential for social change.
Single performance ticket: PLN 30 (regular)/ PLN 20 (concessions).
Tickets to the opening event and Souls: PLN 50 (regular)/ PLN 40 (concessions).
Ticket to all performances at the Studio Theatre: PLN 203 (regular)/ PLN 140 (concessions).
Admission to 600 steps and Folk? A ja się (nie) zgadzam! free.
The festival is supported by the City of Warsaw and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of Poland.
Media patrons: TVP Kultura, Polskie Radio RDC, Gazeta Wyborcza, Gazeta.pl/Warszawa, Teatr, Didaskalia, Culture.pl, taniecPOLSKA.pl, E-teatr.pl, Teatralia.co