photo Kimura Byol
Dance artist, cultural worker; born in Konin, 1992; graduate of Tanz, Kontext, Choreographie (HZT/Berlin) and Central European Studies, Intercultural Communication (UAM/Poznań). Dorota’s work unfolds around materiality, physical practice and processes of creating meaning; it is put in motion by the intermingling of physical conditions, embodied knowledge and abstract concepts. To place it in theoretical discourse: rooted in queer phenomenology, new materialism and critical semiotic approaches.
Doing things in front of others
- Dorota Michalak Concept, choreography & performance
- Borys Słowikowski Choreography & performance
- Lena Czerniawska Choreography & performance
- Burdock Jenkins-Crumb Choreography & performance
- Miri Chekhanovich Choreography & performance
A performance based on the fragility of improvisation and (impersonal) affect which becomes a common ground for everyone engaged in the situation – both dancers and spectators. Stretching time, careful navigation of the gaze, following the inner dance of attention – this sets in motion a cascade of co-incidences that make space for various feelings and fabulations to arise. The performance has been developed together with the practice of ‘working with the obvious'.
|Premiere 2019-02-09, Berlin|
|Audienceeveryone (regardless of age)|
* cast plus technical support
- Supported by the HZT Berlin
The National Institute of Music and Dance and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute
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