28. Mai 2021
Film & Audio Piece

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Colours of Patience by Mami Kawabata, 2021

Direction/Performing: Mami Kawabata, Camera/Editing: Francisco Manuel Martinez Garcia, Music:“Only The Winds“ by Olafur Arnalds

How long is your patience? How much can you accept? How big is your capacity? Time is running. Are you going forward? Can you be present?Are you achieving what you want? Time is running. Could you please shut up and „Thank you for your patience.“

Dreaming the Future by Aleksandra Borys & Federico Luz, 2021

Choreography for Dreaming the Future is an experimental series which invites the listener to dream and fantasize about their desired future.

Originally from Japan, Mami Kawabata started dancing when she was 7 years old in Kasai Dancing Company in Toyama, Japan. She studied abroad at Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. During her study she start to be member of dance company such as Jalegado dance company and Dance2XS Prague, and be part of many projects. Since 2012 she is a member of Tanzcompany des GHT Görlitz/wee dance company and she was also a guest choreographer in 2018. Also she does own activity and creation which had performed with collaborators in Hellerau(DE), Tanzwoche Dresden, 8/8 Festivel(ISR), DansOmatic(DM)(Taiwan),  Footprint Festival(UK), Dance Wave Festival(Cyprus), Incheon Contemporary Dance Festival(South Korea). 

Aleksandra Borys is an art and science artist working in fields of choreography, cosmology and ecology. Her work looks at the human body,  Earth, Universe and asks what kind of choreography and dance happens between them.  What can the body learn from the land and night sky? How the relation of human to universe influences the way the Earth is treated, and what are the consequences of this? With a fascination into space travel, her work admires the beauty of planet Earth. Interested in looking at Earth from a distance, and how this perspective influences the way life on our planet is approached. The work wishes to challenge the ways human physical existence is viewed. Aleksandra received in 2016 a Master of Art and Science from Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts in London; in 2009 a BA in Contemporary Dance from CODARTS, University of the Arts in Rotterdam; in 2003 she graduated from National Ballet School in Lodz. She received The Research Scholarship by Grazyna Kulczyk and art research scholarship from Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.