In Our Past We Have the Present (Talking about Them | Entre dos Aguas)
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Budapest Táncszínház

Talking about Them
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choreographer’s concept

Talking about them, the dancers. What experiences influence them as independent individuals. And from among those which are the ones that they share with others.

The individual and the community, as well as the members of the community are inevitably connected to each other in some way. The basis of this relationship is the cooperation of individuals. The individual adapts to the community and cooperates with its members. On the other hand he/she is able to make decisions and take action according to his/her own interests, goals and intention. The relationship of the individual with himself/herself, with the physical and spiritual outside world as well as other people appears. This is fulfilment in self-expression, creation and the experiencing of our own capacities.

The discovery of the dancers as human individuals. We regard them as individuals, as souls, illuminated by the light of the projections of the present, the past and memories...

The dancers in motion “conquer space” from point to point, as if they were sketching it and intended to be seen in multiple places simultaneously. We see a momentous dance, without the attitude of artificiality, and the work that we have performed will give us the experience of discovery.

We can all become the participants of wonderful communication filled with challenges...


“Real life is an encounter between the self and another person, and we all become individuals through the other. Through the encounters where we open up to each other.” (Buber, Martin, 1957 ”Guilt and Guilt Feelings, Psychiatry, vol. 20, no. 2 page 114

Choreographed by Fernando Troya

 

Entre dos Aguas

Entre dos Aguas is a dynamic and extraordinarily original flamenco/contemporary dance performance.
Profoundly studied rhythm, gesticulation and the elements as well as the spirituality of various dance cultures merge together in this performance.

In the performance accompanied by guitar music images filled with tension and pain follow each other. Various scenes present the beginnings of Andalusian folklore. After this the performance focuses on the comparison of the characters, the strong and proud relationships that reach the peak of tension in the „Tablao” scene, where the woman appears as a seductress who has a choice,  along with a group of men who she keeps captivated and who are vulnerable to the woman’s games.

Continuous movements appear, enriched by internal suspended elements, from where the bodies are launched without predetermined trajectories.

The body and space outlines are always accurate and well-defined. The difficulty is inherent in the creation of tension and the speed of motions.

 

A koreográfiát betanította: Raza Hammadi
Asszisztens: Andrei Laurelin


Choreographed by Robert North
Duration: 25 minutes

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