Danced art satire and explosive reality strip
Two energetic iconoclasts meet: the Swede Alexander Ekman, whose gripping stage language could be experienced most recently at Theater Basel in his full-length piece 'Cow', and the Greek Andonis Foniadakis. Both young choreographers have classical dance training, but in their pieces they deconstruct ballet conventions, play with art clichés and make the space shake. In 'FIT' ("fit" in the sense of "fit"), Alexander Ekman once again confronts a question about the art business: what or who fits into a work of art? And what role do the elements that don't fit in play? Andonis Foniadakis, on the other hand, devotes his new creation to real moments and emotions on stage with fast-paced body language.
Participants and additional information:
- Choreography and stage 'FIT' - Alexander Ekman
- Costumes 'FIT' - Alexander Ekman
, Yolanda Klompstra
- Lighting design 'FIT' - Alexander Ek
man , Lisette van der Linden
- Dramaturgy 'FIT' - Carina Nildalen, Sarah Brusis
- Choreography 'XX' - Andonis Foniadakis
- Costumes 'XX' - Anastasios Sofroniou
- Lighting design and stage 'XX' - Sakis Birbilis
- Music and composition 'XX' - Julien Tarride
- Dramaturgy 'XX' - Sarah Brusis
- Ballet Theater Basel
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