- 14,00 EUR Odrasla
- 8,00 EUR dijaki, študenti, upokojenci
- Plesni Teater Ljubljana
VIBRA 2019, Festival evening
Lali Ayguadé: INCOGNITO
Clara Furey & Peter Jasko: UNTIED TALES
Post-performance talk with the artists will be moderated by Andreja Kopač PhD.
Vibra festival evening is a co-production of Zavod Mirabelka and Dance Theatre Ljubljana.
The programme of Plesni Teater Ljubljana is subsidized by the Ministry of Culture RS and Municipality of Ljubljana, Department for Culture
a dance performance
Choreography : LALI AUGUADÉ
Dance: LALI AYGUADÉ, NICOLAS RICCHINI
Music: BACHAR MAR KHALIFÉ
About the performance
Incognito puts in focus the human body, its physicality and virtuosity as well as its abstraction. We are conscious and intelligent beings, but still there are things we can't explain. Everything which surrounds us has a system. Behind the magnificent human body lies the hidden universe of interconnected machinery. Despite the fact that we have a 200 grams brain made of the most complex materials ever discovered in the universe we are constantly surprised by new emotions or new patterns coming our way.
Parts of choreography appear in the short movie, Timecode which won Palme d'Or in Cannes Film Festival (2016), a Goya Award, Gaudí Award, European Film Award and was nominated for the Oscars among other awards and nominations.đ
Clara Furey & Peter Jasko
UNTIED TALES (THE VANISHED POWER OF THE USUAL REIGN)
a dance performance
Creation, Choreography and Performance: CLARA FUREY IN PETER JASKO
Composer: TOMAS FUREY
Light Design: ALEXANDRE PILON-GUAY
Artistic Advisor: CATHERINE GAUDET
Technical Director: KARINE GAUTHIER
Rehearsal Assistants: SAMUEL LEFEUVRE & JAMIE WRIGHT
Consultants: BENOÎT LACHAMBRE & FRANCIS DUCHARME
Executive producer: PAR B.L.EUX
With the Support of: CANADA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS DU CANADA, CONSEIL DES ARTS ET DES LETTRES DU QUÉBEC
Excerpt from Press review
A sublime dance of trembling bodies, Untied Tales by Clara Furey (Montreal) and Peter Jasko (Brussels), features two vulnerable beings in a mysteriously languorous setting. (...) There is as much aridity as sensuality in this wandering and staccato dance.There is something post-apocalyptic about its world—accentuated by the chiaroscuro lighting of Alexandre Pilon-Guay and polyphonic music of Tomas Furey—as well as innocent, where the pleasure of discovery is expressed with a certain purity.
Untied Tales: Sublime trembling bodies, Philippe Couture, Montreal Voir