Eighty Five Percent Of What You Remember

  • Dance & performance
  • Free entrance
  • Part of ReeDANS

60 mins.


ReeDANS, the East European residency program organized by the National Dance Center Bucharest, continues with the second participant: Cristina Lilienfeld.

Come see a work in progress of her residency project, for which she works for two weeks under the guidance of Ucrainian choreographer Viktor Ruban.

The residency project:

„Eighty Five Percent Of What You Remember”

“For sure, there is a tension between us. You expect me to create emotions, to make you feel, to make you lose yourself. I expect to connect with you, for you to understand me. You want me to seduce you, amaza you, be different, different from you, different from me. I want to feel appreciated. You came here with today’s memories, I couldn’t think about anything else besides this moment, here and now. You want me to hypnotize you, to overcome the limits, to be original. I want you to raise issues for yourself. I trust you, do you trust me?” (Cristina Lilienfeld)

Cristina Lilienfeld
studied choreography and psychology, so she constantly searches for the point where the two fields meet. Since 2015 she is a member of PETEC Association, where she focuses on interdisciplinary productions, with choreographers, dancers, visual artists and musicians. Her shows („Lay(ers), „Not everyone is a hero”, „Acts of Bravery”, „Moving Fields”) as well as those for which she dances or develops the choreography („Group Choreography”, “In Body”, „Dancer In The Dark”, „The Great Scheme of Things – Fierbinteanu Concert” etc.) were shown both in Romania as well as abroad. 

Cristina Lilienfeld

The Brush Factory

Co-financed by
Administration of the National Cultural Fund (AFCN)
The project does not necessarily represent the position of The Administration of the National Cultural Fund. The Administration of the National Cultural Fund is not responsible for the content of the project or the manner in which the results of the project may be used. These are entirely the responsibility of the funding recipient.

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