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The October installment of the project will include a double bill featuring Koncentrat Artistic Group?s When I am we and bücking & kröger?s Naragonen. The presentations will begin at 8 pm at the White Stork Synagogue (ul. Pawła Włodkowica 7). Admission free.

 

 

When I am we is another project of Koncentrat Artistic Group carried out both in Warsaw and in Berlin, with the participation of both Polish and German artists and financed by institutions supporting such collaboration. It is also yet another project of the Group which focus on the persona of performer-dancer as the  main creator of a dance piece for whom choreography is a context, theme, subject, inspiration but not a task to be unconditionally performed. The subject of the piece is being together as a basic element of the human condition. Humans are allegedly social animals and cannot function outside groups. How much does it cost to be together? How much and to which degree are we willing/able to pay that price? Does being together ever really take place? What does it even mean ?together?? When I am we penetrates those issues by sharing (albo ?through shared?) dance practice ? between the performers themselves and between the performers and the audience.

 

Concept, direction, responsibility: Rafał Dziemidok
Dance and choreography: Florian Bücking, Rafał Dziemidok, Magdalena Jędra, Raisa Kröger
Music: John Digweed
Lights, costumes, graphics: Ewa Garniec
Management: Marta Zientkowska
Production: KONCENTRAT Artistic Group
Financing: Polish-German Collaboration Foundation, Goethe Institute, Adam Mickiewicz Institute
Special thanks: WARSawy Theatre, Uferstudios Berlin, AK Productions Warsaw

Concept, direction, responsibility: Rafał Dziemidok
Dance and choreography: Florian Bücking, Rafał Dziemidok, Magdalena Jędra, Raisa Kröger
Music: John Digweed
Lights, costumes, graphics: Ewa Garniec
Management: Marta Zientkowska
Production: KONCENTRAT Artistic Group
Financing: Polish-German Collaboration Foundation, Goethe Institute, Adam Mickiewicz Institute
Special thanks: WARSawy Theatre, Uferstudios Berlin, AK Productions Warsaw

 

Narragonien

In the novel The Ship of Fools by Sebastian Brant (1494) Narragonien is the name of a fictitious country the ship is heading for. In bücking&kröger?s dance piece Narragonien two people leave for the new with big hope. Suddenly everything gets stuck.

 

Concept, choreography and performance: Florian Bücking and Raisa Kröger
Set/graphicdesign: Fabian Reimann
Sound: Constantin Popp
Light: Martin Pilz
Production and dramaturgy: Johanna Withelm
Funded by: Bezirksamt Pankow ? Fachbereich Kunst und Kultur, Senatskanzlei ? Kulturelle Angelegenheiten (stipendium 2015).

bücking&kröger is a choreographer-duo founded in 2014, dealing in the broadest sense with dance, architecture, performance and social sculpture. In 2014 bücking&kröger premiered their first short piece The wall // exercise on borders in Berlin. This was followed by the latest production called sujets trouvés which was presented in 2015 within the frame of the Heidelberger festival ArtOrt. In March 2016 they presented their full-length production Narragonien at the theatre Dock11 in Berlin. Currently bücking&kröger are researching on their new project Pornographie der Emotionen

 

Admission free.

 

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In Between Festivals is not just a festival. It is a year-long series of concerts and contemporary dance shows. The participants include some of the stars of Berlin?s alternative scene, many of them performing in Wrocław for the first time. In the first half of the year, Hermann Heisig, Rafał Dziemidok and Ewa Garniec, Maria F. Scaroni, Vania Rovisco and Jule Flierl will present their dance productions. These events will be accompanied by talks hosted by Ania Nowak, Agata Siniarska and Karolina Wycisk. In Between Festivals is part of the Wrocław-Berlin collaboration project initiated by the Zukunft Berlin Foundation and the European Capital of Culture Wrocław 2016. Project partners include Kulturstiftung des Bundes, Hewlett Packard, Kulturprojekte Berlin, Luneta, Mediapool and Mica Moca. The project is financed by the European

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