Is it appropriate for uteruses to wander?
Uteri Migrantes (wandering uteruses) is the fifth performance in the Private Pieces cycle. In this series, the choreographer explores the politics of a female body, oscillating between the private and the public. This time the subject, matter and main character of the performance is the uterus treated with distance and humor, but also concern. The choreographer’s personal desire is to look at this organ and the entire female body through the prism of aging.
After the premiere – AFTER TALK with the artists, hosted by Anna Sańczuk. To read about the host person go HERE
Idea, choreography, texts: Renata Piotrowska-Auffret
Taniec/ Dance: Aleksandra Bożek-Muszyńska and Guests
Choreographic cooperation: Aleksandra Bożek-Muszyńska, Anna Charlotta Nordanstedt
Costume, object: Pipa Piwosz
Music: Simon Auffret
Vocal compositions: Anna Szwajgier
Light design: Estelle Gautier
Video: Katarzyna Fabińska
Dramaturgical assistance: Michael de Cock, Joanna Leśnierowska, Michał Rogulski
Reasearch: Natalia Miłuńska, Natalia Oniśk, Aleksandra Osowicz
Coproduction: KVS Brussels, Dans I Trondelag, House of Utopia & Teatr Łaźnia Nowa, Międzynarodowy Festiwal Sztuki Tańca i Performansu Ciało/Umysł, DOCK ART funded by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe (DE)
Partner: Teatr Ochoty
Executive Producers: Karolina Wycisk / Performat Production, Météores