šokio teatras „PADAFI“
12th August / rugpjūčio 12 d
LT: „Aside“ - tai kūrinys, kalbantis apie nepritampančiojo iššūkius ir mąstymo kompleksiškumą. Kiekvienas ieškome būdų pritapti visuomenėje, siekiame pažinti ir priimti save.Nuolatinės tapatybės paieškos su lydinčia baime būti nepriimtu, yra svarbi asmenybės formavimosi dalis. Kalbėdami apie žmogaus tapatybės paieškas bei patirtis visuomenėje kaip aktualų ir itin jautrų pavyzdį pasirinkome translyčių asmenų bendruomenę.Ryškiausia skirtis žmonijoje tai - skirstymas į vyrus ir moteris, tačiau kas nutinka, jei esi nuošalyje - už visuomenės nustatytų ribų?
Produkcija: šokio teatras „PADAFI“
Meno vadovė: Agnija Šeiko
Idėjos autoriai, choreografai, šokėjai: Niels Claes, Gintarė Marija
Garso dizaineris: Andrius Stakelė
Trukmė: 45 min
EN: Aside is a creation about the struggles and complexity of the outcast minds. In our life's we are all trying to find ways how to fit in, not only in the society but also to find peace within ourselves. The search for identity with a constant fear that you do not belong is an important element in a person's development. As an example to show the human's inner contemplation on identity and one's experiences with social circumstances, we took the transgender community. The biggest division in the human race are the frames of male and female, but what happens if you are aside?
Production: dance company „PADAFI“
Artistic director: Agnija Šeiko
Authors of idea, choreographers, dancers: Niels Claes, Gintarė Marija
Sound designer: Andrius Stakelė
Duration: 45 min
Kenzo Kusuda, Amsterdam, Netherlands
photo: Maurice Haak
Holland-based Japanese choreographer / dancer Kenzo Kusuda reveals the poetry of the dancing body. Kusuda takes the audience to a world filled with imagination. His work is possessed of a mystic beauty that lies beyond the perception of our physical senses. Simply with the body's movement on an almost empty stage, he is able to reveal that which is the invisible.
As a freelance choreographer, Kusuda has created a vast series of unique and personal choreographies, profiling him as one of the most poetic choreographers in Dutch dance. Kusuda has created pieces including: Moisture Rocket (2001), Muse on Screw (2002), Hypnos Loco Loco Locomotion (2003), Invisitors' vista (2005), Honey Crypto (2008), Flora, Lucifer, Nebula, Dew (2011), Everporapture (2013), BARE (2014), Beforeiforget (2015), Braille (2015), Pneu Pneu Pneu ( 2016, with AURA Dance Theatre in Lithuania ), mainly working in close collaboration with Korzo Production in The Hague. Kusuda's work stems from a highly original imagination and aims for a communication with his audience precisely by finding a connection with their imaginative powers. In 2016~2017, Kusuda has been invited as a guest choreographer by Royal Opera Theatre de La Monnaie / De Muny in Brussels ( Belguim ) to choreograph 12 dancers for Puccini’s classic and beloved opera “ Madama Butterfly “ directed by the prominent Danish theater director Kirsten Delholm ( who is the founder and the artistic director of renowned transdisciplinary visual performance collective “ Hotel Pro Forma “ base in Copenhagen since 1985~. )
Wooguru Fd, Berlin/ Seoul, Germany/Korea
Wooguru is a Berlin based Korean choreographer/ educator. He’s started dancing on the street and developed his original style named as FREE FLOW, which has been recognized by various organizations such as Movement Research in NYC, TANZTAGE Berlin and Seoul Dance Center. And it turns into the new educational... project rooted in the new awareness of the human body, which has been being held in Baltic States, Korea and Norway.
And Zagare is one of the focal point of the Free Flow Education Project. The first session was held in September 2016. And the second session will be held from 2nd to 10th of August. The aim of his educational project is to support people to find their inherent ways of moving by revitalizing the natural flow connecting through body and mind for maximizing the creation capabilities.
The principle of his dance work and educational method is fully based on the advanced breathing technique which enhances a sense of freedom and spontaneity. And his dance work materializes the constant desire toward freedom as it is by maximizing the inherent musicality rooted in the human body.
photo: Thai Hoang
Nelly Hakkarainen is a Finnish dancer and choreographer based in Berlin. Her site-specific solo performances stem from a state of strong inner concentration, the source of creativity. Often improvised, yet structured, her compositions create a powerful visions where the dancer is blending together with the surroundings or standing out, being an active agent on the scene.
She is continuously developing an expressive movement language rooted in her individuality.
The Free Flow method created by her partner Wooguru has a great influence on her work. The couple has been working closely and performing collaboratively together as two individual solo dancers since 2013. They have participated to a wide range of festival and residencies in Germany, South-Korea, Finnland, United Stated, Portugal, Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden and Norway.
Nelly is interested in interdisciplinary approach and and has been collaborating with photographers, musicians, fashion designers and visual artists. She regularly performs in Berlin galleries in connection to exhibition openings. She is a well established dance teacher and has conducted various workshops such as a Transdisciplinary Movement, Choreographed bodies in urban landscapes” in Foreign Affairs Festival, Berlin