Fri 31.03.2017 19:30 map
News from Polska - DAUGHTERS OF LUST
Friday, March 31 2017, 19h30
Concept: Zuzanna Ratajczyk
Performance: Zuzanna Ratajczyk and Eoghan Ryan
Length: 45 min.
- English language show, with Romanian subtitles –
Differing modalities of the social crowd within subculture, boiled down to the individual level. Hardcore dance without the mosh pit. Historical narrative bend over and chronology getting lost, creating the room outside of time and place. Alienation in dance that is drawing out expression in response to the act of living. Technique of subversion. Interruption and conflict of interests through proximity of the bodies becoming a bonding experience. Isolating our own rituals and questioning what could exist outside of the given codes of belonging. Intense relationship of the two of us, shifting roles and power dynamics, while in between the struggle and excitement. The domestic sinking into mystic. Act of speech as act of making and becoming an act of refusal.
Zuzanna Ratajczyk (b.Warsaw, 1989) is based in Berlin. Works with choreography and expanded performance, after studying “Dance, Context and Choreography” at HZT/Udk, Berlin and Contemporary Dance at ABPU in Linz. Her recent piece “Daughters of Lust” was being shown at Veem House for Performance in Amsterdam, and at KEM project space in Warsaw. Her previous works “Afternoon” and “Pureness” were both shown in multiple locations in Berlin, Warsaw and Paris, including Import Projects gallery, Yvonne Lambert gallery, Flutgraben, Studio Theatre, Uferstudios, Le Theatre du Fil de l’Eau. She teaches workshops based on her movement practice and artistic research that are drawing from the projects she is working on. These have taken place at Performing Arts Forum, St.Erme, FR as well as in Berlin, Uferstudios and Paris, during Camping festival in CND. She is currently co-curating ‘Plural Melts’, an intermittent events series at Yvonne Lambert, Berlin.
Eoghan Ryan (b. Dublin, 1987) based between London and Berlin. He works with moving-image, installation, text and performance. In 2015, he contributed to shows at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, NewShelterPlan, Copenhagen, Ellis King, Dublin and Kim? Contemporary, Riga, amongst others. He also received the inaugural Critical Forum award at Plastik Moving Image Festival with LUX, TBGS and the IFI. Recent projects include a solo exhibition at Rowing, London, Outpost Open Film Selected by Ed Atkins and performance events at Chisenhale Dance and Cubitt gallery, London. He is currently co-curating ‘Plural Melts’, an intermittent events series at Yvonne Lambert, Berlin.
The entry fee for the shows is 35 de lei (full price) or 20 de lei (reduced) can be purchased online from www.kompostor.ro or from the Stere Popescu hall before the show (Mărăşeşti Bld. 80-82).