Bodies on the line
- Dance & performance
- Live electronic music performance
What are the places that independent artists and performers occupy? Do they have a group consciousness? Do they belong to a community? Is there a common set of expectations, desires, needs of the 20+ generation? How does an artist live for whom the word stability becomes a utopia? A restless slalom after visibility and peace? Can one make a decent living from independent projects? What does decent mean?
BODIES ON THE LINE explores fragile territories between confessions and statements, placing bodies in spaces of both safety and uncertainty, from which they can articulate their anxieties, hopes and the need to belong to a collectivity that makes the daily struggle for survival a little more bearable.
BODIES ON THE LINE compresses the time of personal stories and dilates the pressure of the times in which we live, dominated by the alienating flight after overlapping projects, exhaustion, burn-out and the feeling that if you are not seen, you do not exist?
Concept, choreography: Ioana Marchidan
Performers: Anca Stoica, Sergiu Dita, Varga Hunor-Jozsef, Eva Danciu
Text and dramaturgy in collaboration with: Mihaela Michailov
Original music: Alexandru Suciu
Light design: Alexandros Raptis
National Centre for Dance Bucharest (CNDB)
The premiere of the performance will be followed by a live electronic music performance by the artists Alexandru Suciu and Alexandros Raptis, which aims to move through several musical genres, from new disco to techno and D’n’B. The concert will be supported by a mix of virtual instruments and analogue synthesizers, and the compositions will be created on the spot. The artists will use their experience in music production for shows and performances to create an engaging and captivating soundscape.
Craiova National Theatre, MStudio Sfântu-Gheorghe, Linotip – Independent Choreographic Centre
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SEEDS – Creative Europe
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