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15.–31.8.
2014
Zodiak (c) Elina Brotherus

August 2014

Nature Dances

  • These flowers before me contain the dream of a dance; it could be named: `The light falling on white flowers.’ A dance that would be a subtle translation of the light and the whiteness.”
    – Isadora Duncan: The dance of the future (1903)

    Nature Dances is a stage collaboration between choreographers Satu Herrala, Eeva Muilu, Anna Mustonen and Masi Tiitta. It explores the nature of dance, nature in dance, and the nature of four artists meeting to make a dance together. Throughout the history of dance, the relationship of the dancer’s body and its movements to nature and what is considered natural has been in a state of change. With Nature Dances the choreographer-dancers want to participate in this continuum dance the nature of 2014.

    “These words and the image before you contain the dream of a dance. It could be named ‘The Light Falling on This Sheet of Paper’. A dance that would be a subtle translation of the light and the print. If you are reading this from the screen of your mobile phone, it could be called ‘Reflection’.”

    Nature Dances is born in the spring with the awakening nature. It blooms in front of the audience in performances in August, before withering away and being buried in the archives of Internet.

    Choreography, on stage: Satu Herrala, Eeva Muilu, Anna Mustonen, Masi Tiitta
    Light design: Heikki Paasonen, Jani-Matti Salo
    Costume design: Laura Haapakangas
    Seamstress: Anni Konttinen

    Production: Zodiak — Center for New Dance, Wilderness dance, Helsinki Festival

    Duration: 60 min

     

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