Art Fraction Foundation
photo Piotr Bedliński, dla Festiwalu Sztuka Szuka Malucha
AFF operates in the area of art and culture for children. It organises the largest and oldest international festival for children in Poland, Sztuka Szuka Malucha (Art Seeks the Little One). The festival is one of the partners of the European ‘Small Size, Performing Arts for Early Years’ project, which promotes art for the very youngest in the world. It conducts mentoring activities and produces performances and installations for children.
- Alicja Morawska-Rubczak Director
- Barbara Małecka Set design
- Kanako Kato Music
- Monika Kiwak Cast (dancer)
- Magda Wolnicka Cast (dancer)
- Jakub Drzastwa Cast (live music)
‘Kuuki’ is the Japanese word for air. It consists of kanji signs defining the sky, the atmosphere and energy. For the artists of this production, ‘Kuuki’ means above all movement. The dancers and instrumentalists take the viewers on a shared search for materiality in what is so fleeting. They invite the air to be touched, felt, listened to. In this delicate, safe space, they look for mutual experiences and inspire each other. Movement, sound and image – filled with air. For ages 0-18 months.
|Premiere 2018-07-04, Poznań|
* cast plus technical support
- A Polish-Japanese coproduction dedicated to babies and their nearest and dearest grown-ups.
The National Institute of Music and Dance and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute
are not responsible for its contents.