1. FIRE IS RAGING IN YOUR HAIR
    with Weronika Pelczyńska (creation and dance)

    Klaus Janek (music)
    Sandra Blatterer (light design)
    dr. Christiane Berger (dramaturgical advice)
    Anna Nowicka (idea, words, choreography)

    Production: Tanztage Berlin, with the support of Art Stations Foundation (Poznań), HZT, Berlin and the Polish Institute in Berlin

    Big thanks to: Peter Pleyer, Joanna Leśnierowska and all the wonderful friends who supported the process!

    "Where now? Who now? When now? Unquestioning. I, say I. Unbelieving. Questions, hypotheses, call them that. Keep going, going on, call that going, call that on. Can it be that one day, off it goes on, that one day I simply stayed in, in where, in stead of going out, in the old way, out to spend day and night as far away as possible, wasn't far."

    The Unnamable - Samuel Beckett

    .....

    This solo will question the condition of modern man continuously in motion, not limited by space or time, but shifting freely between reality and virtual world; the state of being between "here and now" and "not-here", involving constant, simultaneous doing.

    How does one orientate oneself while actively participating in the transformation of the constantly transforming? Is it possible to find rest and root oneself in never-ending movement? Bombarded by the abundance of stimuli and information, how does one recognize one's own way?

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  2. FIRE IS RAGING IN YOUR HAIR
    with Weronika Pelczyńska (creation and dance)

    Klaus Janek (music)
    Sandra Blatterer (light design)
    dr. Christiane Berger (dramaturgical advice)
    Anna Nowicka (idea, words, choreography)

    Production: Tanztage Berlin, with the support of Art Stations Foundation (Poznań), HZT, Berlin and the Polish Institute in Berlin

    Big thanks to: Peter Pleyer, Joanna Leśnierowska and all the wonderful friends who supported the process!

    "Where now? Who now? When now? Unquestioning. I, say I. Unbelieving. Questions, hypotheses, call them that. Keep going, going on, call that going, call that on. Can it be that one day, off it goes on, that one day I simply stayed in, in where, in stead of going out, in the old way, out to spend day and night as far away as possible, wasn't far."

    The Unnamable - Samuel Beckett

    .....

    This solo will question the condition of modern man continuously in motion, not limited by space or time, but shifting freely between reality and virtual world; the state of being between "here and now" and "not-here", involving constant, simultaneous doing.

    How does one orientate oneself while actively participating in the transformation of the constantly transforming? Is it possible to find rest and root oneself in never-ending movement? Bombarded by the abundance of stimuli and information, how does one recognize one's own way?

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  3. Duration: 75 min

    In "Significant Moments" Ori Flomin addresses moments of growth and transformation in a unique opportunity to have over one hundred dancers share the stage in celebration of SEAD's 15th anniversary.

    "Education, evolution, progression and communication; we face these issues every day on many levels. We look back to move forward, we gather experiences to become better people, we share our thoughts to learn from one another, we remember special moments that make us who we are so we can appreciate what we have and connect to the people around us," Flomin describes the starting point of the piece.

    Concept and choreography – Ori Flomin

    Dancers:

    Grounding (1st year)
    Aleksandra Lemm, Allison Barlog, Andreja Jandric, Anna Sorokina, Annie Kay Dahlström, Barbara Chaves Nessler, Celine Gleviczky, Clara da Costa Morganti Ferr, Ellen Dyverfeldt, Ida Laura Heinonen, Lais Andrade Pamplona, Lana Hosni, Maite Buxes, Malgorzata Szymula, Maria Dudina, Maria Hernando Blasco, Morgane Oggier, Nina Trebec, Pawel Konior, Rafal Popiela, Sofia Papanikandrou, Sofie Hellström, Tamara Polanc, Vivan Assuncao Kesikowski, Youri Perrut

    Locating (2nd year)

    Aja Zupanec, Andrea Bartok, Camille Prieux, Coralie Meinguet, Griet vanden Houden, Jessica Cook, Julia Lanyi, Maayan Choresh, Maja Zabel, Marine Bouillon, Monika Schrenk, Naama Ityel, Nelle Hens, Paula de Oliveira e Sousa, Sara Marin, Stephanie Van Aken, Urska Sekirnik, Yuriko Suzuki, Floriane Michaud, Joana Serra Foraste, Marcio Canabarro, Thea Vandijck, Zoltan Vakulya

    Defining (3rd year)

    Anat Amrani, Ana Jurenec, Anna Jarrige, Arnella Mireia Perera, Caroline Byström, Costas Kekis, David Perez Villanueva, Emmanuelle Bougeard, Eve Chariatte, Fie Dam Mygind, Katarina Rilovic, Laura Gallotta, Marie-Louise Nielsen, Marina Mazaraki, Mira Maric, Pascale Utz, Pekka Kortelainen, Peter Juhasz, Riina Kalmi, Sofia Simola, Tine Maringka

    Going on (4th year)

    Anna Johansson, Anne-Laure Dogot, Camille Mariage, Ceren Oran, Colline Etienne, Efrat Nevo, Elin Josefina Samuelsson, Evmorfia Stylianidou, Ariadna Giones Mata, Harald Pretschner, Katrin Dagmar Beck, Lilach Livne, Maja Poturovic, Marcus Kruse, Martina Rukavina, Naja Dadanell, Natalia Pieczuro, Ona Fuste Cano, Assaf Salhov, Shiran Eliasevor, Simone Marie Mortensen, Sina Neuhoff, Spela Tovornik, Spela Vodeb, Teresa Vittucci

    Company Bodhi Project

    David Miko, Felipe Salazar Hidalgo, Giulia Franceschini, Jana Ryslava, Magi Serra Foraste, Megan Madorin, Mika Hashizume, Nathalee Lavebäck Frohm, Quim Bigas Bassart, Sonia Reiter, Soren Urup Linding, Stefania Amaducci, Victoria Andersson, Weronika Pelczynska

    Assistant to the choreographer – Mirjam Klebel

    Dancers coach - Keren Levi

    Video - Pablo Pugliese

    Lighting designer – Roger Greven
    Music - Original score by RePH (Rephstar.com), Jane Gabriels, Pierre de Gaillande and Gary Greenblatt. Additional music by The Books, Pink Martini, The Innocence Mission, Robert Plant and Alison Kraus

    Special Thanks:
    I would first like to thank all the wonderful students of the school for all their hard work and dedication to this project, its been a great journey!
    To Susan Quinn for this incredible opportunity and for all the trust and support over the years.
    To Mirjam for helping me make things move forward and to Keren for sharing her knowledge and expertise through coaching the dancers.
    To Pablo for all the hours of filming and editing and having such great input through the making of the video.
    To Amelie for her ability to solve everything with a smile.
    To Tobias Hammerle, for always willing to help.
    To Deepak for his technical support.
    To Roger Greven for his enthusiasm and creativity with the lights and to all the technical crew at Republic.
    To all the staff and teachers at SEAD and the organizers of the jubilee events. Especially Sanja and Moa.
    Also thanks to Carlos Moore, Ari Davidovich, Jane Gabriels, Todd Williams and Libby Farr.

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Weronika on stage

Weronika Pelczynska

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