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Łódź: Solo by Maria Zimpel within the exhibition of Moved Bodies. Choreographies of Modernity

On Sunday, 11 December, Muzeum Sztuki in  Łódź (ms?, ul. Więckowskiego 36) would like invite to two presentations of a solo piece What do you really miss? by Maria Zimpel (12 and 5 pm), which are held within the framework of an exhibition Moved Bodies. Choreographies of Modernity. The performance is characterized by a processual nature and engaged in the spatial context of the exhibition. In this piece, Maria Zimpel works with two limited movement patterns. These patterns unfold into a choreography through two interweaving processes: firstly, recognizing and paying close attention to an individual logic of a given gesture; and...


noish~ by Maria Zimpel to open a choreography programme at Muzeum Susch in Switzerland

This Friday and Saturday, on 15 and 16 February, Maria Zimpel?s noish~ will inaugurate the ACZIUN SUSCH programme at Muzeum Susch / Art Stations Foundation CH in the Swiss canton of Grisons. Joanna Leśnierowska, the principal curator of the programme, will give an introduction before the performance.   About the show: noish~ is a performance which strives to be one thing. It requires the ultimate discipline. The sensualised body filters the noise, intensifying in space the disintegration of all its appearances. Here noise is neither sound nor crying; seen as play, noise is a stimulus and a catalyst of change. There...


Poznań: Marysia Zimpel, Magdalena Chowaniec and Natalia Wilk start their residency

 On Monday, 30 March 2015 choreographer Marysia Zimpel and dancers Magdalena Chowaniec and Natalia Wilk started their residency in Poznań (Studio Słodownia +3 /Art Stations Foundation). Up until 9 April the artists will be continuing their work on Zimpel?s latest project What do you really miss? (3), 2. Then they will travel to Paris to showcase the effects of their efforts at Pablo Picasso de La Norville on 11 April 2015.   In What do you really miss? the trio of dancers make movement and adjust its intensity, according to concrete, pre-defined principles. Soon we will publish here Alicja Müller's...


Poznań: Premiere of Marysia Zimpel’s “What do you really miss (3) coming soon

Marysia Zimpel will premiere her latest piece What do you really miss?(3) on Sunday, 8 March (7 pm) the Old Brewery in Poznań (Studio Słodownia +3, ul. Półwiejska 42) as part of the series "So What About Polish Dance 2015?". The starting point for What do you really miss?(3),2 was an abstract solo under the same title ((1),1 and (1),2). Apart from the choreographer, the piece features Magdalena Chowaniec and Natalia Wilk.   The choreographer about the performance: During the creative process in 2012, I asked myself, ?What do you really miss??. Now, when I have rewritten the material for...


Generation After Warsaw showcase of Polish theatre and dance artists

Generation After is an intense presentation of new trends on the Polish theatre and dance scene, and a new school of artistic thought. The event, organised by the Nowy Theatre and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute along with their Warsaw-based partners, will take place on 23-25 February 2017.   From the organisers: The Polish stage is undergoing a generational change. Young artists with radical new approaches to artistic expression are making their statement. The dance scene is growing, sparking discussion on the need to redefine the role of theatre as a medium. Generation After emerged in the wake of disappointment with...


Poznań: Premieres of Solo Project 2012

Already in the upcoming weekend (Saturday and Sunday, 15-th and 16-th of September, at 7.00 p.m.) in the Old Brewery a first-night scene of this year's Solo Project premieres will take place. Similarly as in the last year, its residents are three women dancers and choreographers : Marzena Krzemińska and Magdalena Ptasznik - SNDO graduates (School for New Dance Development) in Amsterdam and Marysia Zimpel - ÜTZ graduate on UdK (Universität der Künste) in Berlin. This year’s artistic coach of the residence is Ria Higler - a performance artist, choreographer and since decades a staff-teacher at the SNDO in Amsterdam....


Muzeum Sztuki (ms) in Łódź: Moved Bodies. Choreographies of Modernity Exhibition

Muzeum Sztuki ms? in Łódź (ul. Więckowskiego 36) is pleased to invite everyone to the exhibition Moved Bodies. Choreographies of Modernity. With its starting point in the sculptural theory and practice of Katarzyna Kobro, the exhibition raises a question about the bodily and movement-related experience of modernity. The theme is tackled through an interdisciplinary approach: in the context of dance, choreographic and theatrical practices.   The first half of the 20th century was the period of revolutionary ferment, from which a new man ? that of the modernism era ? was emerging. Women pioneering in modernist dance, e.g., Lo?e Fuller or...


Poznań: Rosalind Crisp “Back to bone” premiere featuring Polish dancers

The Old Brewery in Poznań is launching its new artistic season on Friday, 3 October (7 pm). The opening premiere Back to bone strips dancing back to what it is made of.  The focus falls not merely on gestures and steps but on what's central to Crisp's choreographic and dance practice ? attentiveness, or the ability to stay in the present moment, to trace impulses that trigger individual movements and to make a creative use of even the slightest changes that take place in a dancer's body. Engaging in continuous decision-making in the process of dancing, the performers are able to...


Gdańsk: Participants of Solo Dance Contest 2014 known

We now know the final long list of dancers to take part in the Solo Dance Contest 2014. As many as 71 entries have been submitted in response to the call, representing 21 countries (17 entries from Italy, 13 from Poland, and five from the Netherlands, Greece, Germany, and Spain, each). In June Gdańsk?s Club  Żak (Suwnicowa Hall) will welcome 35 dancers to its stage. Among Polish participants will be Agnieszka Kamińska, Maciej Kuźmiński, Agnieszka Muczyń, and Maria Zimpel. The competition gathers professional dancers from across Europe and aims to promote contemporary dance. Shortlisting and finals will take place as part...

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