Photography by Marta Ankiersztejn
TPAM – Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama
February 16th (Wed) – 20th (Sun), 2011
The theme of the spectacle is melting of ice, the very first movements breaking the stillness, breaking of ice. Awakening of suspended energy. The eruption of purifying power. The process begins almost unnoticed. Everything is dead calm. Ice plate slowly begins to crush. Melting ice takes everything redundant. Water rises step by step gently turning into mild garrulous staccato gradually bursting into uncontrolled chaos, vortex, in the end becoming a violent stream, a waterfall. It scares because it possesses the presences of destruction. Finally it appears that it is necessary for the rebirth. Vital and desired.
Floe is not a choreographic solo although there is only one dancer in the piece. It is a creation based on movement within space, light and sound. It is a living image spread in time.
Choreography and dance: Rafał Dziemidok
Lights: Ewa Garniec
Space, music: Koncentrat Artistic Group
Artistic and conceptual cooperation: Nicole Seiler
Produced by: Cultural Practitioners’ Association Central Artistic Basin
Production manager: Krystyna Kozioł
Date: February 20th (Sun), 2011 / Time: 6:00 pm
Venue: Kanagawa Arts Theatre
Address: 281 Yamashitacho, Naka-ku, Yokohama
Venue’s website: http://www.kaat.jp/