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Zombie Aporia premieres in Ghent, March 15-16

20/02/2011

http://vooruit.be/en/event/2642

Zombie Aporia /// a new piece by Daniel Linehan
with Daniel Linehan, Thibault Lac, and Salka Ardal Rosengren

premiere: 15 and 16 March, 2011
Vooruit, Ghent, Belgium,

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concept and choreography: Daniel Linehan
creation and performance: Daniel Linehan, Salka Ardal Rosengren, Thibault Lac
light design: Brian Broeders
vocal coach: Jonas Cole
special thanks to: Bojana Cvejic and Noé Soulier for the dramaturgy

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Zombie Aporia is a dance performance that is composed of many small pieces, like a rock music concert, or a book of poetry. The dancers use their voices in order to create an intricate connetion between dance and music, so that the dance and the music are both being generated by the very same bodies. The performance breaks down the boundaries that separate body from voice, sound from image, rhythm from meaning. Zombie Aporia seeks to discover possibility within apparently impossible contradictions: music that is the result of dancing, emotional expression that begins physically, spontaneous feelings that are designed, words that give more of a sense of vibration than meaning.

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Co-production Rencontres chorégrapiques internationales de Seine-Saint Denis, Centre national de la danse (Pantin, FR); Centre de Développement Chorégraphique Toulouse / Midi-Pyrénées (FR), in the context of the European project ‘Departs’; Kunstencentrum Vooruit (Gent, BE); BUDA Kunstencentrum (Kortrijk, BE) Residencies L’Agora, Cité International de la danse, Montpellier Danse (FR); Centre de Développement Chorégraphique Toulouse / Midi-Pyrénées (FR); LxFactory, O Rumo do Fumo (Lisboa, PT); Kunstencentrum Vooruit (Gent, BE) With the support of the Flemish authorities, Arcadi – distribution

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