LIKE//Dancing ring/one to one
The one to one performances take place on March 24, 25&26, from 13:00, 14:10, 15:20, 16:30, and 17:40.
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On stage I feel privileged, I move freely and enjoy this freedom of movement, I work in real time with the energetic, kinesthetic and affective transfer built between me and the audience, and what my body produces from a choreographic standpoint is influenced and resourced by the public's presence and this immaterial exchange. But what happens with the spectators' bodies from the moment they sit on their chairs and until they leave the room, while my body generates dance and engages in this transfer? Are these bodies active bodies, aware of themselves or passive, forgotten, ignored by their owners? What do these bodies feel and what would they do if they were not stuck in a theater convention and the chairs they sit on?
"dancing ring - one to one" proposes a body to body frame in which the presence of the other, the uniqueness of each meeting, the proximity, movement or lack thereof, silence or music provoke continuous and indeterminate exchanges and transformations on the two bodies' level, leading, eventually, to the emergence of an unrepeatable dance, a dance that belongs to that specific moment.
There's nothing you have to do on the dancing ring, but if you feel like it, you can do anything. For example, you can join me in movement if this is what your body feels like doing, following your impulses and reacting according to that. This being a body to body experience in which my view is almost completely obscured in order to facilitate the building of a corporeal relation outside visual contact, but also to ensure your intimacy and complete freedom, I encourage you to be more in your body than in your head.
In the beginning I invite you to sit on the chair you find on the dancing ring. We're gonna spend together between thirty five and fifty five minutes.
Mihaela Dancs dances in theatres, apartments, art galleries, factories, churches, dance studios, attics and museums from Bucharest, London, Timişoara, Venice, Prague, New York, Vienna, Stockholm, Frankfurt, Cluj or Tokyo. She collaborates with Cătălina Gubandru, Mădălina Dan, Florin Flueras, Paul Dunca, Carmen Coțofană, Vava Ștefănescu, Rui Catalao, Cosmin Manolescu, Zan Yamashita, Doris Uhlich, Andreea David. In 2016, she initiated the format Everything for Endorphins.
Check out the whole schedule for performances, workshops, open discussions and debates during LIKE CNDB 2017