6 October, 2023
6 October, 2023
🟣 PRECEDENTS TO A POTENTIAL FUTURE
performance by/ with Anna Biczók
Duration: 30 min
What is there that can not be seen? Which is the moment where we create meaning? How do text, sound, image and sensations complete each other to make us understand a phenomena as “experience”? And how do these contexts define the experience of dance? A mixture of expressions creates narrative to a performance that is – or not – present. A solo lecture-performance, continuously moving its center of perception, always switching its basis of representation. The performer describes memories, imagination, impressions, changes points of view in the story and tries to link her train of thoughts to the present moment.
”Only the future and the past are circulating in an unpredictable order, in which time is choreographed as a movement.” (Zsuzsanna Komjáthy, dancefeed.org)
Music: Vince Varga | costume: Emese Kasza (MEI KAWA) | light design/ tehnic: Kata Dézsi | special thanks: László Fülöp, Ármin Szabó-Székely
lecture performance by/ with Claudia Bosse
Duration: 75 min
A lecture performance by Claudia Bosse with different media about (performative) thinking and choreographic practice with, in or as landscapes. an installative spread out with pasts and possible futures, along some works, body resonances as well as new explorations, with different dimensions of time, space and cohabitation.
Precedents to a potential future + LANDSCAPE/S are presented in the ”Celebrating Trouble. Choreographic Convention” project, dedicated to performance and multidisciplinary arts. Between October 4th-8th 2023, in Timișoara, will take place dance and performance shows, exhibitions and panel discussions, held by speakers and performers from the international cultural area.
Media partners: Radio România Cultural, Modernism, Revista Zeppelin, Revista ARTA, Feeder, IQads, România Pozitivă, Revista Golan, Empower Art&Artists, Ziarul Metropolis, Happ.ro
The project is part of the national program “Timișoara – 2023 European Capital of Culture” and is financed through the European Echoes program, run by Timișoara Project Center, with funds allocated from the state budget, through the Ministry of Culture.
Part of the European cooperation project Life Long Burning (LLB) - Futures Lost and Found (2023-2026), funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor the EACEA can be held responsible for them.