Sat 04.11.2017 19:30 map
LATENT SHOW// The Contemporary Dance Season
SATURDAY, 4th of October, 7.30 p.m.
Choreographers & cast: Cristian Nanculescu, Andreea David
Light designer: Alexandros Raptis
Drawings by/thanks to: Venila Rice
Production: The National Centre for Dance Bucharest, Andreea David, Cristian Nanculescu, 2016
Length: 50-60 min
In this performance we did not aim to create a linear storyline, rather a series of connections between the two performers, the imaginary space and the space of the black box. The content of the series of moments the show was composed of, saw different degrees of realness and abstraction. We created an ironic and magical atmosphere with clear references to many theatre clichés, not through scenography or sophisticated props but using mostly our own immaterial performative input.
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.
The Contemporary Dance Season is a cultural project financed within the cultural programme Bucharest, Participatory City by the Bucharest Mayor Office through the Cultural Projects Centre ARCUB.