Art stations fundation - by Grażyna Kulczyk


13.05.2017
19:00
Studio Slodownia +3

Tickets 20/15zł available in Stary Browar info points, Empik bookstores and on ebilet.pl

Rosalind Crisp & Bo Wiget Crisp & Wiget performance

Two double bill presentations (13,14.05.2017) with "Oh Well" pt 19/20

Dance
Rosalind Crisp

Music
Bo Wiget

Lighting
Marco Wehrspann based on original design by Ben Cobham/bluebottle

Artistic advise
Andrew Morrish

Management
Auspicious Arts Projects (Australia)

In Crisp & Wiget, Australian choreographer/dancer Rosalind Crisp and Berlin-based Swiss composer/musician Bo Wiget invite the audience into an intimate communion of two fundamental forms of expression - dance and music. Drawing on the commonalities and dissonances in their practices, they delve into and slide between playing their entire instrument (cello or body) and unraveling it into separate and minute pieces. The dialogue between them stretches and skews as their visceral responses to our collapsing planet saturate their playing. 

Crisp Wiget photo Edita Sentic SM

Rosalind Crisp is one of Australia’s most established dance artists. Over 30 years she has created a substantial body of original dance work, responding to numerous commissions, and fostering cultural exchange links between Europe and Australia. From 2004 to 2012 Rosalind was the choreographic associate of the Atelier de Paris-Carolyn Carlson in Paris. The Atelier managed & toured her company of French dancers. She is also supported by Tanzfabrik Berlin and the choreographic centres of France and Australia. She is a recipient of many grants and awards, including the prestigious Chevalier de l'Ordre des Arts et Lettres (Dame of the arts) from France. She is an honorary fellow of the University of Melbourne and holds a Masters by Research from the University of Western Sydney.

The foundation of her work is her ongoing studio research practice. Her extensive development of self-choreographing tools enable dance artists to become conscious of their embodied histories and to sift attention through any part of their bodies. For her choreographic thought and dance method Rosalind is invited around the world to facilitate artistic inquiry, teach, mentor, and perform her solo and company works. In her current projects, the body absorbs the ongoing ecological genocide that is occuring in Australia. Her personal experience of the rapid environmental degradation in her region compels her as an artist to enact change. (Australia has the highest extinction rate in the world with less than 7% of its old forests remaining).  www.omeodance.com

Rosalind Crisp photo Edita Sentic SM

Bo Wiget is a composer, cellist and performer. He composes for concerts, theatre and dance, including for the Sing-Akademie zu Berlin, the Berlin State Opera, Schauspielhaus Bochum, Schauspielhaus Zurich. He has worked with Meg Stuart / Damaged Goods, Stefan Kaegi / Rimini Protokoll, Wunderbaum, Christoph Frick and many others. Since 2008, he creates his own performance works, with performances in Berlin, Brussels, Paris and Zurich. Since 2007, performances with Beide Messies (Andreas Müller A & Bo Wiget ) in Berlin, Talllinn, Zurich, Leipzig. His musical projects include collaborations with classical and jazz musicians such as: Tetuzi Akiyama, Iva Bittová, Dominik Blum (Eavesdropper), Hans -Joachim Irmler (Faust), Jason Kahn, Lautten Compagney Berlin, Simon Lenski, Koichi Makigami, Lucas Niggli, Zeena Parkins, Marino Pliakas, Hahn Rowe, Taku Sugimoto, Martin Schütz, Christian Weber, Michael Wertmuller and many others. Concerts and festivals with his various bands and duos lead him all over Europe and Japan. He has collaborated with Rosalind Crisp since 2012. www.bowiget.com

Bo Wiget photo TJASA KALKAN SM

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