Tickets are available on-line at malta-festival.pl as well as Old Brewery information points
Idea, choreography, dance:
Video and dramaturgy:
Henri Emmanuel Doublier
Wouh Nicolas Jaar, Gosh Jamie XX
Goneril & Cocoon / Christophe Demarthe
Vincent Tirmarche / Sound: Goneril
Maison de la Culture Amiens, Art Stations Foundation by Grażyna Kulczyk
Buda Art Center Kortrijk
DRAC Nouvelle-Aquitaine – Ministère de la Culture
with support of Superamas
photo: Daniel Botton
Still life focuses on people’s relationships with everyday objects and nature. In an hour-long interview/performance, the artist brings to life the statements of Alex, Jenny, Marco and Emma about their immediate surroundings, the nature of things and death. On the stage, avoiding the physical presence of objects, the dancer uses movement to refer to the questions posed to her interlocutors. Consequently, the collage of dance, light, costumes and video projections becomes a still life in its own right.
Agata Maszkiewicz is a choreographer, performer and a dancer. Born in Poland. Lives in France, in the region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine. Since “still life” an associated artist of l’Avant Scene Cognac. In October 2009 she graduated Institute of Dance Arts at the Anton Bruckner Privatuniversitaet in Linz, Austria (Master of Arts M.A.). Before starting professional education in a field of dance she was a student of Applied Social Sciences at the University of Warsaw.
She is a recipient of the DanceWeb 2006 scholarship program. From January till June 2007 she continued her education in the Centre Choreoghraphique National (CCN) in Montpellier as a participant of the ex.e.r.ce program (under the guidance of Xavier Le Roy).
She works, among others, with a collective Superamas (Viva l’Armee, You dream, BIG3 happy/end, Casino). Ivana Muller (60 minutes of opportunism) and creates her own work (installation snowflakes, solo POLSKA, performance Don Kiewicz & Sanczo Waniec). She collaborated with Anne Juren, Marian Baillot and Alix Eynaudi on the piece Komposition. Together with Alix Eynaudi, she created a video-performance The Visitants and later on, a piece Long long short long short. With her piece Duel she was a supported artists by the MODUL DANCE program.