Migrats (en breu) III_The artist's space_B. Valiente

Migrats (en breu) III_The artist's space_B. Valiente

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Del 11/11/2017 al 12/11/2017

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"The Artist’s Space" / B.  Valiente

Production COMPANY B. VALIENTE (2014)
Choreographer/Idea/Concept/Costumes/Scenographie Gunhild Bjørnsgaard
Artistic advicer/Dramaturge/Scenographie Marcelino Martin Valiente
Dancer/Performer/Vocal Elisabeth Christina Holth
Composers/Saxophonist/Performer Rolf-Erik Nystrøm
Composers/Percussionist/Performer Daniel Paulsen
Light technician Nico Benz
Co-producer: Bærum Culture House – the Regional scene of Dance in Norway.

“The Artist’s Space” by Gunhild Bjørnsgaard is a journey that finds its sources from
Iannis Xenakis – a unique and new aesthetic composer and architect, known for using physical, architectural and mathematical principles in his compositions.

With her, she has the dancer Nina Biong, the composers/musicians Rolf-Erik Nystrøm and Eirik Raude, as well the dramaturge/artistic advisor Marcelino Martin Valiente. During the rehearsals, different scores of Xenakis have been played and explored by the musicians, and movements have been improvised by all artists. But through the creation time – a stronger personal expression in music and dance from the artists appeared, still having the theory and the architectural drawings of the scores in mind.

Gunhild Bjørnsgaard has been working for these last seven years, on the influences of the music and the dance operate on each over. Several professional performances have been made, shown in Norway and abroad. Musicians and dancers share on stage their techniques and confront themselves to their own limits. The inability to act, as a consequence of our mental and physical limits, is a central theme of the Company B. Valiente’s projects. The artists are facing constantly throughout the show, the limits of their knowledges. The three performers through prowess, virtuosity and excellence, raise the question of their own artistic practices.

Iannis Xenakis was borned in Romania/Braila in 1921, grown up and did his engineer studies in Greece/Athen, had his architect and composition studies and professional carrier in France/Paris. He died in 2001. He was known for to put the Major tonality concept aside and instead he used physical, architectural and mathematical principles in his compositions.

 

 

 

                                

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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