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Marta Kosieradzka

The doubts and reflections of Eve

The doubts and reflections of Eve,
photo Deniz Turkoz

The doubts and reflections of Eve
The doubts and reflections of Eve,
photo Deniz Turkoz

Marta Kosieradzka graduated from the European Academy of Arts in Warsaw and from the Artesis Royal Conservatory in Antwerp. She also studied at the Institute of Dance Arts in Linz. Currently based in Warsaw, she creates her own performances and dance films and collaborates with Zawirowania Dance Theatre. She also works as a contemporary dance teacher and participates in national and international dance projects.


22nd Festival of Choreographic Miniatures in Belgrade
2018, Belgrade
Festival Fuori Formato in Genova
2017, Genoa
SoloDance Festival
2019, Ankara


Warsaw Dance Platform Choreography Contest
2016, Warsaw

The doubts and reflections of Eve


Marta Kosieradzka


  • Marta Kosieradzka Dancer, choreographer
  • Adriano Fontana Composer, musician

Performance synopsis

A dance performance inspired by a poem by the Polish writer Adam Zagajewski: ‘Try to praise the mutilated world’. The theme of the performance is a contrast between the incredible beauty of the world and its brutality and sadness. Apart from the poem, the inspiration was drawn from the Biblical story of Eve and the forbidden fruit.

Duration16 " Crew *1 Artists1
Premiere 2016-10-21, Warsaw
Audienceeveryone (regardless of age)

* cast plus technical support

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