16th CIAŁO/UMYSŁ

11-12.07 | 29.09 -10.10.2017

Artists

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Jérôme Bel
France

French dancer and choreographer residing in Paris but working all over the world. He opposes to the distinction between the high and low art, is often inspired by pop-culture. He dissects the performance mechanisms, plays with the performance expectations and with mirror-effects between performers and spectators.

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Pina Bausch Foundation
Germany

The foundation collects archive materials related to Pina Bausch’s work and holds the rights to her choreography, scenography and costumes by Rolf Borzik.

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Rabih Mroué | DANCE ON
Lebanon | Niemcy

In his projects he combines visual arts, performance and theatre, and mixes reality with fiction. His works often refer to political situation of present-day Lebanon. He willingly uses everyday items and materials and utilizes documents, photographs, video films and objects as starting point for his artistic work.

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Ramona Nagabczyńska
Poland

She graduated from the Warsaw State Ballet School and continued her education at the Department of Modern Dance of Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt as well as in London Contemporary Dance School. She is linked to the Polish and British dance scene. She co-founded Centrum w Ruchu (Center in Motion) in Warsaw.

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Alexandra Laudo
Spain

Founder and director of a curatorial platform Heroínas de la Cultura. She has collaborated as a curator with various art centers and platforms in Barcelona.

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Ruth Childs | SCARLETT’S
Switzerland

British-American dancer, performer and singer born in 1984 in London and residing in Geneva. She studied classical dance and music in the USA. In 2003, she joined the Ballet Junior in Geneva where she collaborated with numerous artists using various dance methods.

photo: Georges Cabrera (copyright ADC, Genève)

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EXCHANGE: CHANGE
Poland, Hungary

There are three young artists from Poland and three other ones from Hungary invited to participate in the project: Exchange: change – Time and Dance is a process-oriented project, with no pressure put on the final result… until the time comes.

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