Fri 17.03.2017 19:30 map
Producer: Centrul Național al Dansului București, Cristian Nanculescu, Andreea David
Choreographers&cast: Cristian Nanculescu, Andreea David
Light designer: Alexandros Raptis
Drawings by/thanks to: Venila Rice
Length: 50-60 min
I'd draw a plum, but I don't have the appropriate symbols. I'd rather examine myself. I'm examining my character. I'm trying to forge my character. I'm stone cold devilish. I'm going from here to there so that I can end it after getting there. I'm losing a lot of time. Yeah, exactly. A whole lot. I'll start thinking about what I write. I'll dot the "i". Everything is modified through affirmations, I'm inclined to think. I don't have to incline in order to think. I recline too much. But I decline less. I declare myself helpless. I'm requesting a state. I'm perfecting myself. What point is there in asking for another state...!? I'm allaying my tendencies. And my outbursts.
Cristian Nanculescu (n.1984, Bucharest, Romania) is a cartographer, performer and choreographer. Since 2006, he has been collaborating with many choreographers and directors for various dance and theatre-dance shows, visual art works and performances, presented in theatres, museums and art spaces from Europe and Asia. In 2014, with the support of CNDB, he presents his first shows, Original Choreographic Creation and Solo in Progress, created with Nicoleta Moise at Fabrica de Pensule, Cluj.
Andreea David is a performer and architect. She studied contemporary dance at the National Centre for Dance in Bucharest. In 2012, she is a DanceWEB scholar in Vienna and in 2013 at e.x.e.r.e.c.e. CCN Montpellier. She creates solos and collaborates with other artists, taking part in festivals such as Explore Dance Festival Bucharest, ImpulsTanz Vienna, Temps d’Images Cluj and LIKE CNDB. In 2014, she initiated the Laboratory for Common Practices, a system for working and experimenting that encourages the sharing, developing and exploring of choreographic and performative practices.
Ticket type Red
Full price: 30 lei/ Reduced price for students, pensioners: 15 lei
Students from the invited highschools enjoy free admission, if the show doesn’t have an age limit. Online tickets can be purchased on www.kompostor.ro, or from the Stere Popescu Hall, before each show. Tickets for the shows hosted by the Nottara Theatre, ARCUB and the Odeon Theatre shall be purchased from their respective ticket offices.