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The screen-dance evening Body Writes Mood will be showing on the 23rd of June at 22:00
as part of the Intersection Project at the Prague Quadrennial.
free entrance to the outdoor cinema at the Piazzetta between the National Theater and New Stage Theater. Come and join us!
About the evening- Body Writes Mood:
The marriage of dance and camera enables a choreographer to place the moving body in new locations- from a wild open landscape to an intimate room. It also allows positioning the spectator in different perspectives in relation to this body.
This compilation brings together nine screendance films where different environments are the raw material used for carving a place with movement. By occupying space with the body, the performers make distinctions, articulate the surroundings and project a state of mind. These various states of mind, moods and sensations- conceived in the meeting of body and its exterior- are the protagonists of this screening.
Curator: Lior Avizoor
Curatorial assistant: Yaara Nirel
Total running time: 50:00 min
1. Small dance
2007, USA, 01:30
Direction: Olive Bieringa
Choreography: Steve Paxton
2. The 4th Circle of the Dragon
2011, Morocco, 6:40
Direction, choreography and music by: Diego Agulló
2009, France, 11:00
Direction and Choreography: Manon Le Roy
Music: Yann Leguay
2009, Germany, 06:00
Direction and choreography: Dennis Deter, Anja Müller and Diego Agulló.
5. Hundred Eighty
2008, Belgium / Spain, 08:00 (extract)
Direction and choreography: Albert Quesada
2009, USA, 02:40
Direction and choreography: Martin & Facundo Lombard
Music: Fernando Otero
7. A Dance With Sacha Green Pathroom
2010, France, 05:30
Direction and music: Elliot STOREY
Choreography: Elliot STOREY and Kathie Serniclay
8. Ring #3
2008, Australia, 01:00
Direction: Suzon Fuks
Choreography: James Cunningham, Scotia Monkivitch and Suzon Fuks
Text: Fernand Shirren
2010, UK/Greece/Iceland, 05:30
Direction: Sergio Cruz
Choreography: Sergio Cruz and Hannah Dempsey
Music: Roberto Crippa