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CONTEMPORARY EVENING

DART Dance Company and DART Programs perform two compelling contemporary evenings. During the performances the audience will be transported into a world full of nature and ecstasy by these sensual and musical pieces. Rich in musical nuances, the dance production will lead a journey through a vast and varied emotional landscape, culminating in a world of freedom.

 

The dancers will unleash their creative forces bringing to life the works of Joy Alpuerto Ritter with the piece “iRiS”, the works of Roy Assaf “Birds Don’t Sing They Screech In Pain” and "Text when your land" by Peter Chu our new piece created by Lorand Zachar “No Clue”.

PROGRAM:

9th of December at 20:00 :

Birds Don’t Sing They Screech In Pain 

iRiS 

. Intermission .

No Clue

TEXT WHEN YOUR LAND

10th of December at 18:00 :

Birds Don’t Sing They Screech In Pain 

No Clue

. Intermission .

iRiS 

BIRDS DON’T SING, THEY SCREECH IN PAIN

Choreographer: Roy Assaf

Length 30 min

 

" One of life's most difficult challenges is not knowing, and I bow deeply to those who manage to sit with the unknown without losing their souls. Every time I enter the studio, I recall that our starting point is the unknown, and that my job is to practice holding it. As tools of this practice, I employ symbols - especially those that carry a historical charge. I like to scatter them in the space of creation and to see what happens, to test whether they are able to transform. “

TEXT WHEN YOU LAND

Choreographer: Peter Chu

Length 30 min

 

Text when you land examines the emotional traces we carry from place to place. It is a reminder to breathe and release the unnecessary layers accumulated in the body and mind. Is there a point at which moving bodies find stillness, or perhaps they never arrive? I find wonderment in the desire to surrender to this mystery.

iRiS

Choreographer: Joy Alpuerto Ritter

Length 30 min

 

Everyones eyes have a unique coloured iRiS. It’s our personal window that shapes the vision of how we see the world around us. Nowadays we spent a great amount of the day focusing on screens. The informations we are consuming online, define our social behaviour and identity. Things we see, have an impact on our internal feelings as well as our behaviour and actions towards our environment. Is it possible to find a healthy balance between the hours we spend in front of a screen and a self awareness that allows growth within human interactions?

No Clue

Choreographer: Lorand Zachar

Lenght 30 min

"No Clue" does not follow pre-planned paths, its flow is designed and created by time. Time dominates physical space, it can be a quasi-consciousness. Based on this theory, time is constantly changing itself. A set of developing giant intelligences, which continuously shapes and forms, builds the world it invents. Awakened to its consciousness, time is constantly creating. It builds physical and mental, emotional systems in space.

Artistic Director: Kinga Vargova

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