Exchange: Change - Time and Dance

EXCHANGE: CHANGE

TIME AND DANCE

Momentum, continuum, the point on the timeline, stretch of time, duration, time measured by the history of dance, time as the order, the aging? Or maybe free time or the rebellion against tyranny of the clock? 

In the special frame of the Lab/Residence  - as the island idling for artists  - we invite young dance makers to reflect at how dance and performing arts respond to the question of Time in their practice.

For the support and help of the artistic development of emerging contemporary dance artists we call for applicants to develop an artwork concerning the topic of Time and Dance. project. Concepts for both stage and off-stage work are welcome. Three applications from Hungary and three applications from Poland shall be selected for the project.

The project consists of three parts:

  • LAB – a 5-day workshop in Warsaw with all six selected artists moderated by experts from Poland and Hungary to take place between 9th and 13th May 2017
    (arrival 8th of May, departure 14th of May 2017) for the development of the concepts
  • Residency/production in Poland and/or Hungary, to define the framework
  • Presentation in Poland in the frame of the Festival Ciało/Umysł to take place between
    2nd and 7th of October, 2017

 

Concept curators: Edyta Kozak, Anikó Rácz

Moderators: Rafał Dziemidok, Petra Péter, Joanna Zielińska

Organizer: Ciało/Umysł Foundation

Production Manager: Krzysztof Kwiatkowski, Janka Vámos

Co-organizer: SÍN Arts and Culture Centre in Budapest, Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdwoski Castle in Warsaw

Stretegic partnership: Hungarian Cultural Institute in Warsaw

Project co-financed by: The City of Warsaw, The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage (Poland), The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Hungary) 

 

Exchange: Change Time and Dance project is a part of the
16th International Festival Ciało/Umysł.

 

 

The Exchange: Change - Time and Dance Artistic Board (Edyta Kozak, Gaspar Keresztes, Joanna Zielińska, Rafał Dziemidok and Ramona Nagabczyńska) received a total number of seventeen applications, among which three were selected for further production:

1. Aleksandra Bożek-Muszyńska, 

2. Aniela Kokosza,

3. Urszula Zerek.

We wish to congratulate the winners and send thanks to all the participants!