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Holobiont collective

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photo Jakub Wittchen, Art Stations Foundation by Grażyna Kulczyk

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photo Jakub Wittchen, Art Stations Foundation by Grażyna Kulczyk

Holobiont collective was established by two artists: Aleksandra Bożek-Muszyńska and Hanna Bylka-Kanecka. Their creative interest is in interdisciplinary, multi-generational projects. The work of the collective is based on the assumption that every participant of the performance – regardless of age and experience – is a fully competent recipient of the performing arts. Their performances include ‘roundABOUT’ (2017), ‘Moonland’ (2018), ‘_on_line__’ (2018) and ‘Where shapes have necks’ (2019). 

Events

Polish Dance Platform 2019 – Kids Platform
2019, Gdańsk
Small Warsaw Theatre Meetings
2019, Warsaw
Dance Studio Stage
2019, Warsaw
Hurra! ART! Children’s Holiday Art Festival
2019, Kielce
CONTEXTS Theatre Festival
2019, Poznań
Carousel International Theatre Festival
2019, Łódź
Set design from the performances ‘Moonland’ and ‘roundABOUT’ presented as part of the ‘YOU CAN’ exhibition at the Contemporary Art Gallery in Opole
2018, Opole
Korczak Festival – International Festival of Theatres for Children and Youth
2018, Warsaw
Carousel International Theatre Festival
2018, Łódź
Malta na Bis Theatre Festival
2017, Konin

Prizes

THEATRE POLAND – national tour of ‘_on_line__’
2020, Warsaw
‘_on_line__’ awarded Best Performance for Children of the 2018/2019 season by ‘Theatre’ magazine
2019, Warsaw
Premiere of ‘Where shapes have necks’ in the Artistic Production competition at the 22nd Children’s Art Biennale
2019, Poznan
Polish Dance Platform 2019 – Kids Platform – ‘_on_line__’ selected as part of the main competition
2019, Gdańsk
Premiere of ‘Moonland’ in the ‘Butterfly Hunting’ competition for Artistic Production at the Ochota Theatre
2018, Warsaw
Old Brewery New Dance for Children – competition for a performance for children aged 0-6
2016, Poznań
Performance

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Company

Holobiont collective

Credits

  • kolektyw Holobiont / Holobiont collective (Aleksandra Bożek-Muszyńska, Hanna Bylka-Kanecka) Choreography
  • Aleksandra Bożek-Muszyńska Co-creation and performance
  • Hanna Bylka-Kanecka Co-creation and performance
  • Dana Chmielewska Co-creation and performance
  • Paweł Grala Co-creation and performance
  • Łukasz Kędzierski Technical implementation
  • Joanna Leśnierowska Lighting design consultant
  • Józef Buchnajzer Music/collage
  • Michał Łuczak Graphic design
  • Jakub Wittchen Promotional photography

Performance synopsis

An interactive dance performance for families with children aged 5 to 7. Running, walking, standing, sitting, laying, rolling, jumping. With family, peers or alone. Vertically, horizontally, on the ground and in the air. What drawing will appear on the paper in response to the movement? The performance explores the traces left by movement. It can become a creative experience to strengthen the bond between kids and their caretakers – a unique occasion for an unusual artistic encounter.

Duration50" Crew *5 Artists3
Premiere 2018-12-08, Poznań
Audiencechildren
Warnings
    direct physical contact with audience members

* cast plus technical support

Contact
Promotional details
  • Production: Art Stations Foundation by Grażyna Kulczyk
  • Project partner: Linden Alley Public Preschool
  • Project co-financed from the budget of the City of Poznań
  • Thanks to Arno Stern and the Segni Mossi collective
  • Manager: Karolina Wycisk | Performat Production
  • Warning! The pastels we will be using will leave traces not only on the paper, which is why we encourage you to bring a change of clothes which you don’t mind getting dirty – preferably something comfortable that won’t limit your movement. We will enter the performance space without shoes.
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