Sun 26.09.2010 08:00
Dedublarea >> Sunday, September 26th, 20h00, Round Hall<"Dedublarea” is my graduation piece. I've tried to question the utility, accessibility and intelligibly of dance, to approach its problematics with irony and detachment. This distance has allowed me to talk about choreographic issues from the inside without being sucked into them. I've placed myself lucidly in the middle of quotation, clichés, reference, stereotypes. I've transformed poor examples of choreographic conventions and rules in good and usable material, and this process has become a source of inspiration. What has come out of it is avoiding issues, dissimulation, hiding a true identity.">
Mădălina Dan studied at the “Floria Capsali” Choreography Highschool and at the Choreography Department of the University of Drama and Film from Bucharest. From 1998 till 2003 she was a member of “Oleg Danovski” Ballet Company in Constanţa. In 2008 she participated in Danceweb Scholarship Programme - Vienna. She collaborated with choreographers: Cosmin Manolescu, Vava Ştefănescu, Gigi Căciuleanu, Sergiu Anghel, Alexandra Pirici, Lisa Naugle, Christine Bastin, Pierr Wiss, Jean Guizerix. Workshops with: Martin Sonderkamp, Lin Snelling, Andrew Harwood, Lisa Race, Keith Hennessy, Judith Grodowitz, Libby Farr, Rasmus Olme, Olive Bieringa, Ko Murobushi, Davis Freeman, Paolo Enrique, Margarida Bettencourt, Laura Simi, Damiano Foa, Donna Uchizona, Christine Bastin, , Ivan Wolf, Milli Biterli, Mark Tompkins, Lisa Naugle, Allison Green, Florin Fieroiu Simona Noja, Judith Turros, Daniel Meja, Erwin Kecsek, Wilfride Piollet.
Personal pieces: „Dash to transcendent”, „Just like a woman”, „All of me”, „Need for speed”, „Dedublarea” – presented at Springdance Festival and Tanzquartier-Wien in 2009, „The Illusionists” – produced by CNDB, „Beginning, Middle, End” – with Andrea Bozic (Croatia/The Netherlands) and Michael Pinchbeck (Great Britain), which premiered at Springdance Festival – Utrecht 2009.
From 2005, she teaches contemporary dance for amateurs in the National Dance Center Bucharest. She studies playwriting at The University of Drama and Film from Bucharest.