2 November

LABORATORY WITH MARTIN KILVADY AND JURIJ KONJAR Inside the “how”

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Addressed to professional dancers and advanced dance students (limited places)

THIS PERFORMANCE WILL BE SHOWED AT GRANER (c. Jane Adams, 14-16, Barcelona)

Jurij Konjar and Martin Kilvady met in Brussels fifteen years ago. Their joint memories are mostly about ski touring, building mobile homes, playing hacky sack, cycling, performing outdoor in Andalousian villages… and a decade-old conversation about different views on improvisation, performance, training, teaching, practicing, dance and construction.

Both artists will be in residency at Graner in October. They will examine the sensations we have and observations we make as we move. Being both the environment and the observer in it, both the audience and the performer. How many lines of development can one track and compose with simoultaneously, in real time?

After a collision of two universes that are so close they are almost entirely different, this laboratory will be about what they met

“We will try to introduce this in our short laboratory. Proposing elements of what we’ve been working on – ideas that have to do with improvisation, the way each of us sees it. We’ll deal with issues like space, memory, music, need, body ability, panic, reading of the senses and others…  singling them out. We will try to fit words to the sensations and experiences that happened to each of us; and see how this process informs our dancing. We will repeat this cycle until the bell rings.”

Martin Kilvady, from the Slovakian collective Les Slovaks, used to be a member of Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker’s company Rosas and collaborated in the creation of many of her pieces. He has also danced with Roberto Olivan and is a member of Thomas Hauert’s company Zoo, besides the aforementioned collective Les Slovaks.

Jurij Konjar studied at Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker’s school, PARTS. He has worked with Les Ballets C de la B, Maja Delak and Janez Janša, among others. In 2007 he suffered a head injury that changed the course of his work, leading him to develop a practice of personal improvisation. Over the last few years he has also worked in remote or troubled communities, where creativity is an element of utmost necessity.

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Informació pràctica

Temporada: 2013-2014

2 November

10-14h

EL GRANER

10€

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http://granerbcn.cat/

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