1 July 2017
“IMPOSSIBILITY IN ITS PUREST FORM | FRAGMENTS IN MOTION”
19:30, DNK – space for contemporary dance and performance
Choreographer: Stefaniya Georgieva
Movement: Kalina Georgieva and Stefaniya Georgieva
Music: Konstantin Kuchev
Contrabass: Dobromir Kisyov
Video and Photographer: Alexander Petlichkov
No shuttering! Where am I? When am I? In whom am I? Why am I? Are. Be. You are… Watch! Don’t sleep. Die. Pose. Spill out! Curse! Unlock! Engender!! Create yourself – fit for swallowing… Requisite.
“Impossibility in its purest form | Fragments in Motion” examines the impossibility as a form of hope, striving, desire and, at the same time, as weakness, vulnerability, destructiveness, impotence, unfeasibility. Fragments exist in timelessness, in an incessant feeling of déjà-vu. Dancers’ bodies are joined in structures, look for identity, build up perspectives and paint the space.
Stefaniya Georgieva is a Sofia-based dancer and choreographer. In 2011, she graduated in Puppet Theatre from the National Academy of Theatre and Film Arts; with a group of actors she created Atom Theatre and has since worked in the area of contemporary dance. She has co-organized projects such as ATOM Choreography Series#1 and 2, 451 and 243 square meters Independent and has participated in the making of several creative spaces for independent artists in Sofia. Her work as a choreographer includes six dance pieces presented at stages, spaces and festivals in Bulgaria and abroad. She actively works with Jung In Lee from South Korea with whom she has realized a number of international projects. She participates in artist residences and training sessions and teaches dance whenever she has time to do so. In 2017, she led a class at Guildford School of Acting: GSA, UK and Vitruvian Thing in Thessaloniki. She gets inspiration from motion as design in space, collective organism as experience and site-specific body as approach.
Festival “Etud and Friends 2017” second edition is an initiative of the Etud Foundation and is being implemented with the financial support of the Ministry of Culture and the Etud Foundation in partnership with Etud Gallery and DNK – space for contemporary dance and performance.