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Mesomorph dance company

September 20, 2011


 Why dancing?   –          Why would you go into dancing? –          Because it is my way to understand life. –          Meaning? –          I mean through my body and through movement, through motion. –          How? –          My body perceives all the buzz inside things. Motion penetrates everything. Motion is everywhere. –          Everywhere? –          Yes, everywhere. It […]

Chameleon dance theatre

August 25, 2011


by Stavros Kottas and Zoe Kollatou Talking about dance, us, humanity and other serious stuff…  Z. inspiration?  S. true inspiration occurs no more than 2-3 times in a lifetime. I believe in everyday practice.  Z. inspiration lasts no more than a few seconds. If you don’t know what to do with it, it is as […]

Natasha Avra dance company-Natasha Avra

July 17, 2011


SELF INTERVIEW Q: Say a few words about the two solos you choreographed and performed in 2011. A: In January, I choreographed and performed a 30-minute piece entitled Stratifications; it was about focusing at inside landscapes, in a course of ‘ruminating’ experience. In May, I made Reallocation, a 25-minute piece about my need for fresh […]

Syndram dance company- Hrisiida Liatziviri

July 9, 2011


   Manifesto   Yes to movement Yes to lots of movement since one can’t measure this anyway Yes to sweating, yes to being out of breath, yes to sweaty clothes Yes to dancers who love dance and are loved Yes to closed eyes, with a dance of images behind the eyelids Yes to time and […]

Stella Dimitrakopoulou

July 5, 2011


Interview with Stella Dimitrakopoulou by Linda Montano.   “The line between art and life should be kept as fluid, and perhaps indistinct as possible.” (Kaprow, (1966) in Huxley & Witts, 1996, p.260)   “Food and the processes associated with it are performance art avant la lettre.” (Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, 1999, p.11)   According to Roselle Goldberg, “the […]