Kasia Wolińska - DANCE, PILGRIM, DANCE / Romuald Krężel & Monica Duncan - Micro Theatre: “La dolce vita”

Part of “Performing Arts Festival Berlin 2019”



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Kasia Wolinska / Art Stations Foundation

Dance for socialism! Even if the parquet probably doesn’t leave our comrades much room for free expression. Kasia Wolinska wants to know about this and reminds us of an historic encounter: Isadora Duncan and the USSR – The Revolutionary. On the basis of her reconstruction of three pieces of choreography by the U.S. dance icon, history becomes more contemporary than ever before.

Romuald Krężel & Monica Duncan
MICRO THEATER: “La dolce vita”

This piece cuts things down: 16 minutes, 4 spotlights, 2 microphones, 1 projector and 1 prop. Romuald Krezel and Monica Duncan find their liberation in this and open a space that seeks to contemplate the economy of art. Less is more vs. la dolce vita. How everything fits into a small suitcase forms the central question of this action and is the great attraction at the same time.


“DANCE, PILGRIM, DANCE” Concept & Choreography: Kasia Wolińska / (including the reconstructed original choreographies by Isadora Duncan) / Visuals / Video Sculptures: Ashiq Khondker / Music: Remix von Kasia Wolińska und Ashiq Khondker / Artistic Collaboration: Guy Cools / Light: Lukasz Kedzierski / Production: Art Station Foundation / Micro Theatre: “La dolce vita” Concept, Choreography & Performance: Romuald Krężel / Monica Duncan / Text: Romuald Krężel / Video: Monica Duncan / Music: Auszug aus dem Musikstück "La dolce vita" von Nino Rota aus Federico Fellini's Film


  • Past
    Wed 6.6.2018, 18:00 / HAU1


The Performing Arts Festival Berlin 2018 is organized by LAFT – Landesverband freie darstellende Künste Berlin e.V. in cooperation with the venues HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Ballhaus Ost, Sophiensæle and Theaterdiscounter and is funded by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe and the European Regional Development Fund (EFRE) through the program “Stärkung des Innovationspotentials in der Kultur II (INP II)”.


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