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Catharsis
Dir Veronika Akopova
France
2016
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Performative lecture- 5 things or several statements about choreography / Marta Ziółek
22.04.2018 4.30 p.m.
 

this is not a lecture this is choreography
this choreography dances and talks

 

Marta Ziółek's performance titled “5 things or several statements about choreography” is a performative lecture that draws on a subjective approach to the history of dance and the modern problems of choreography.

The five “things” from the title are: Marta Ziółek, her voice, her dance, the lecture and an XXL Deluxe object, which is a combination of the other elements. Starting with the famous 1841 ballet "Giselle” and continuing through Niżyński's sexual ballet revolution and Isadora Duncan's free dance, Judson Church minimalism, the 1980s neo-figurativeness (Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker), the theoretical turn of the 1990s (Jérôme Bel) and the move towards the body of the 2000s (Mette Ingvardsen), Ziółek shows how the understanding of dance and choreography changed in the 20th and the beginning of the 21st century. Her lecture includes a provocative and very affective dance commentary, which creates tension between the language layer of the performance and its corporeal execution. While stipulating the movement of dance away from the theater and towards visual arts, and underlining the importance of figures such as Vanessa Beecroft, Marta Ziółek proposes her own vision a politically engaged choreography based on pictoriality, passion and strength. By relating to the manifestos that changed the history of dance, she creates her own (anti)manifesto. 

The solo was created during a residency in conjunction with the “Let's dance” exhibition at the Art Stations gallery in Stary Browar in Poznań.

 
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  • Agata Janikowska
    Agata Janikowska is a student at the University of Gdańsk where she writes under the supervision of professor Małgorzata Omilanowska, a diploma thesis about Polish museum buildings created after the political transformation. She gained experience in cultural institutions during volunteering, among others at CSW Łaźnia and working as an exhibition animator in the \Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art and Centrum Designu Gdynia.
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  • Anna Steller
    Anna Steller is a dancer, performer and choreographer. She first appeared onstage in 1993, in which year she joined the Gdańsk-based Dada von Bzdülöw theatre. In 2003 she joined Patrz Mi Na Usta Theatre. She’s made guest appearances at the Gombrowicz Theatre in Gdynia and Wybrzeże Theatre in Gdańsk. In 2005 she co-founded the Good Girl Killer ensemble, where she’s currently performing with Magda Jędra.
    She has been working on dance productions, performative actions and site-specific performances for many years. Her solo productions include Przemieszczenie (2012) and Solove (2013) created during her residency at the MAAT Festival in Lublin.
    Steller holds the Special Award of the Marshal of the Pomeranian Voivodeship for extraordinary contribution to art (2012) and the Mayor of Gdańsk Award for Young Artists for the Good Girl Killer piece (2007). She received scholarships from Dance Web for a workshop at Impulstanz Festival in Vienna (2003), the Visegrad Fund (2015) and the Alternative Dance Academy at the Art Station Foundation (2014).
    Since 2011 she’s been showing her performative actions at art galleries, such as the Łaźnia Centre for Contemporary Art in Gdańsk or the Gdańsk City Gallery.
    Over the years, Steller has  taken part in a number of international dance and visual arts projects, including Telling the Baltic (ART Line project) and There Might Be Others choreographed by Rebecca Lazier (Art Station Foundation production). She has worked with 7273 Theatre (Geneva), Nigel Charnock in project HAPPY, Rafał Dziemidok and Mariola Brillowska (Hamburg), among others.
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  • Jolanta Woszczenko
    Jolanta Woszczenko is a curator and historian, currently she is writing a PhD at the University of Gdańsk . At the LAZNIA CCA in Gdansk she runs the cycle of meetings with experimental film and video artists and curators from Poland and abroad. She has curated, among others, reviews of Laure Prouvost, Omer Fast, Coco Fusco and Christoph Schlingensif at the LAZNIA CCA, Ujazdowski Castle CCA in Warsaw, Nowy Teatr in Warsaw, Galery Parasite in Hong Kong, NCCA in Kaliningrad. She has curated and co-curated among others exhibitions at the LAZNIA CCA, Ujazdowski CCA, Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre in Hong Kong and the Gdańsk Shipyard. She co-founded the independent gallery Na Korytarzu (In the hallway) in the Gdańsk Shipyard. A member of the international association of curators of contemporary art IKT.
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  • Maciej Salamon
    Maciej Salamon (b. 1984 r.) is a graphic artist, musician and illustrator living in Sopot. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk, where he currently teaches graphic design at the Faculty of Intermedia. Salamon sings and plays the guitar in a necropolo duo Nagrobki, is an author of music videos and animations. He received many awards for his art. He runs the Gablotka Gallery in the former Gdańsk Shipyard. He’s a good lad.
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  • Katarzyna Pastuszak
    Katarzyna Pastuszak (Ph.D/Poland) is a dancer, perfomer, academic, artistic director of Amareya Theatre (Gdansk, Poland); curator of Butoh Festival in Gdansk and Gdansk Dance Festival (2009-2014), honourable member of the Gdansk Culture Council (2009-2014), academic teacher at the Institute of Culture - Gdansk University. In 2015 received the prestigeous scholarship of the Polish Ministry of Culture “Młoda Polska” for the realisation of performance project “Kantor_Traces”; also in 2016-2015 she was nominated for prestigeous prize “Splendor Gedanensis”. In 2014 published her Ph.D dissertation entitled “Hijikata Tatsumi’s Ankoku butō – the theatre of the body-in-crisis”. Co-operated with such artists and groups as: Saburo Teshigawara, Waguri Yukio, Murobushi Ko, Kawamoto Yuko, Gekidan Kaitaisha, Peter Schumann – Bread & Puppet Theatre, Odin Teatret, Edivaldo Ernesto, Jozef Frucek and Linda Kapetanea and others. Presented her works at festivals in Poland and abroad: Tanzimpulse Festival (Salzburg), Redplexus Festival (Marseille), XV Alternative Theatre Meetings KLAMRA, SUKKOT Dance Festival in Adama Centre / Mitzpa Ramon (Israel), Festival of Asian Culture - MADE IN ASIA, Festival Streetwaves Gdańsk, Poland; International Festival “Sound Around Kaliningrad”, Russia; Redplexus Festival - Preavis de Desordre Urbain in Marseille, France; Shakespear Festival, Gdańsk, Poland; Villkvinneseminar Festival of Women Art, Mosjoen (Norway); TAGTAS Festival, Morishita Studio in Tokyo, Japan; Apart Festival, “Opening Doors III” festival organised by Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards. Performance “Nomadic Woman” directed by Katarzyna Pastuszak together with Amareya Theatre & Guests was preformed at 11. International Dance and Theatre Festival in Theatre X Tokyo and also in Greenland National Theatre in Nuuk and Sisimiut Kulturhus. In 2016 "Kantor_Traces: COLLAGE" dir. by Pastuszak was chosen as "The Best OFF-OFF Performance" by Gazeta Świętojańska, in 2017 it won the II Audience Prize at Festiwal Klamra in Toruń. In 2017 "Nomadic Woman" dir. by Pastuszak was presented in Tokyo and Sapporo where 2 Ainu artists joined the presentations, broadening the cultural and political context of the piece - Tsugumi Matsudaira i Utae Ehara.
     
    Katarzyna Pastuszak is the juror of the first stage of the competition and she will give a lecture on "More than a picture, more than a dance, more than a movie, or 9 variations on dancefilm"
     
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  • Emilia Golnik
    Emilia Golnik is a art historian. A graduate of art history (2015) at the University of Gdańsk, a student at the SGH Warsaw School of Economics in Warsaw. In the years 2016-2017, she was an educator at the National Museum in Gdańsk.
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  • Krzysztof Leon Dziemaszkiewicz
    Krzysztof Leon Dziemaszkiewicz is a choreographer, dancer and performer. His transgenic and transsexual work is aimed at juxtaposing opposites and questioning the boundaries between what’s animal and what’s human. His theatre reaches for presentiments, instincts and emotions, with honesty as its overriding rule. Nudity, often employed by Dziemaszkiewicz, is meant to manifest joy, naturalness and spontaneity.
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    1996–2000 – MOVING M3 Theatre – Berlin
    1998–2000 – “Babcia Zosia” Theatre at the Club der polnischen Versager (Club of Polish Failures) in Berlin
    1995 – founding his own theatre, Teatr Patrz Mi Na Usta, in Berlin-Gdańsk
    1992–2012 – cooperation with the “Sfinks” Sopot Foundation for the Integration of Science, Culture and Art (performance, actions, happenings, choreography, dance)
    2004–12 – cooperation with multimedia artist Mariola Brillowska (choreography, participation in performances)
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Festival IN OUT
OPEN CALL
 
This year we introduced online application system!
 
 
12th IN OUT FESTIVAL 2018 dance/image
Experiments / Video / Documentaries / Animations
 
Since 2005, the In Out Festival has been regularly organized by the Łaźnia Centre for Contemporary Art. This edition will include lectures, film screenings, concerts and an open international competition for the best video works, experiments, documentaries and animations.
This year, the competition will be centred on the subject of dance/image.
 
The competition comprises two stages: until 9 April 2018, jury of the 1st stage will pick 20 artists, whose works will be qualified to the 2nd stage of the competition and screened at Łaźnia CCA. The artists will be invited to take part in the Festival in Gdańsk.
 
Awards:
1st award: PLN 5,000 funded by the Marshal of the Pomeranian Voivodeship, Mieczysław Struk
2nd award: PLN 4,000 funded by the ŁAŹNIA CCA
The jury will also award special mentions. 
 
 
 
The competition is aimed at visual and film artists aged 18 and over.
Film duration: over 1 minute, under 20 minutes
Production year: the work should not be older than 3 years
 
The deadline for applying online is 25 March 2018. Do not hesitate to take part!
 
Link to the online registration form:
 
Rules and regulations:
 
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