Dance

Belgium / Greece / Catalonia

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60 min.

PREMIERE IN SPAIN
IN COLLABORATION WITH SÂLMON< FESTIVAL

Hiroshima has the opportunity to present the new project by this choreographer of Greek origin recently established in Barcelona. This project has been nominated by Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker to take part in the support programme for the creation of the Dance Umbrella Platform in Sadlers Wells, one of the leading contemporary dance houses in the world. With a strong presence in Belgium, this artist will surprise audiences with the rigour of her choreographic research and her expressive qualities. Why should it be more desirable for green fire balls to exist than not? is the result of a collaboration with the visual artist, David Bergé. The approach of the piece is very simple: to contextualise a screen projected image in interaction with a dancing body. The initial rehearsals have already delivered some sequences of great beauty. Far from seeking an impoverished minimalism lacking in powerful communication, Vardarou’s work is concrete and sticks with clarity and firmness to one line of thought. Hiroshima is betting on this emerging artist who will undoubtedly receive imminent recognition.

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Online: 14€
Box Office: 17€
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The approach of the piece is very simple: to contextualise a screen projected image in interaction with a dancing body.

Artistic card

Choreography and performance: Georgia Vardarou
Set design: David Bergé
Lighting design: Ana Rovira
Thanks to: Agni Papadeli Rossetou
Co-production: Dance Umbrella Festival, London (UK)
Residencies: Graner, La Caldera Barcelona
Production: kunst/werk vzw

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Why should it be more desirable for green fire balls to exist than not?
Why should it be more desirable for green fire balls to exist than not?