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Dominique

Dominique,
photo Inbal Cohen-Hamo

Dominique
Dominique,
photo Inbal Cohen-Hamo

‘Dominique’, which started as a collaboration between Maciej Kuźmiński and Dominik Więcek, brought the artists 13 awards and distinctions at multiple international choreographic contests, together with international invitations and commissions.

Events

Solo Dance Contest, Gdańsk Dance Festival
2015, Gdańsk
International Choreographic Competition MASH ’15 in Jerusalem, Israel
2015, Jerusalem
Warsaw Dance Platform ’15 at the Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art in Warsaw, Poland
2015, Warsaw
20th Solo-Dance-Theatre Festival Stuttgart
2016, Stuttgart
30th International Choreographic Competition Hannover
2016, Hannover
21st Choreographic Miniatures Competition
2017, Belgrade
Pro Series Festival at the University of Calgary (Canada)
2018, Calgary
Autumn Dance Scene
2019, Gryfino

Prizes

Finalist of the International Choreographic Competition MASH ’15 in Jerusalem, Israel
2015, Jerusalem
First Prize at the Warsaw Dance Platform ’15 in Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art in Warsaw, Poland
2015, Warsaw
Second Prize & Audience Award at the Solo Dance Contest in Gdańsk, Poland ’15
2015, Gdańsk
Audience First Choice & Audience Final Choice Awards at the 20th Solo-Dance-Theatre Festival Stuttgart
2016, Stuttgart
Second Prize and Scapino Production Award at the 30th International Choreographic Competition Hannover
2016, Hannover
First Prize, Critics Award and a Alexander Izailovski Special Award at the 21. Choreographic Miniatures Competition in Belgrade, Serbia in 2017
2017, Belgrade
Performance

Dominique

Company

Więcek/Kuźmiński

Credits

  • Maciej Kuźmiński Choreography
  • Dominik Więcek Performance and creation

Performance synopsis

The word feminism should be enriched in such a way as to also include men. ‘“Dominique” is a powerful socio-political statement, coherent on every level, […] delivered in a layered way, which allows it to be accessible to more than just a dance audience.’ (Hanna Raszewska, review for Gdańsk Dance Festival)

Duration15" Crew *2 Artists1
Premiere 2020-06-06, Gdańsk
Audienceeveryone (regardless of age)

* cast plus technical support

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  • Support: Dance Theatre Department in Bytom of the Ludwik Solski National Theatre Academy in Krakow, Polish Dance Theatre
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