Abstract solo dance piece by pioneering American choreographer Alwin Nikolais (1910-1993).
"In a sealing space constituted by elastic cloth, several dancers are doing the body language performance. Their behavior, which is fused as the carrier of life material information, are making the invisible and unsteady variation status inside the organism to be externalized via the gestures and movements of their performance. Being projected on elastic cloth, the lights"
F.L.O.W IS BALLET IN THREE PARTS
Music: 'nanO' from the album 'ozOne', 'Space Weaver' from the album 'Silver Tree', 'The Moola Mantra'
Choreography and Direction by Moses Pendleton
Props design by Michael Curry
Costume design by Phoeby Katz
Diana Vishneva, the dancer, the prima ballerina for the Kirov Ballet, in “F.L.O.W. (For Love of Women),” performs a triple bill of dances created for her at City Center through Sunday.
-RICHARD TERMINE FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
Loie Fuller is a 1901 French short black-and-white silent film.Some copies have been stencil-coloured in Segundo de Chomon's Barcelona workshop.
The film depicts a serpentine dance by Loie Fuller.
She went all out at all times: Loïe Fuller, the early avantgardist and inventor of the “serpentine dance”. Choreographer Ola Maciejewska from Paris has discovered the silk moth (Bombyx mori) as a metaphor for the critical potential in Fuller’s spectacular dance costume: movement as an interplay between body and object. Maciejewska’s fascinating “flights” of three black “serpentine moths” are such hybrids as well, defying classification as either one or the other.
Magic realism and surrealism in action. Real stories in times of crisis, violence, as well as love and hope. The cruel and devastating reality of the Latin American farmer in relation with its time, place and life itself. Customs and traditions, transformed in and confronted with contemporaneity.
Choreography & Direction: Alexander Carrillo
With: Alexander Carrillo, Fernando Derks.
Dramaturgy/Assistant: Carolina Ortega
Music: Tim Kienecker, Fernando Derks
Camera - Video & Sound Editing: Irene Izquierdo
Light-Design: Asier Solana
Photograph: Anastasia Coyto
Production: Alexander Carrillo
Supporters: DOCK 11 Berlin
Triadisches Ballett (Triadic Ballet) is a ballet developed by Oskar Schlemmer. It premiered in Stuttgart, on 30 September 1922, with music composed by Paul Hindemith, after formative performances dating back to 1916, with the performers Elsa Hotzel and Albert Burger. The ballet became the most widely performed avant-garde artistic dance and while Schlemmer was at the Bauhaus from 1921 to 1929, the ballet toured, helping to spread the ethos of the Bauhaus.