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  • New(Dis)order.Embrace
  • New (Dis)Order.Line
Choreography: Ramona Nagabczyńska (with great input from the dancers)
Performance: Izabela Chlewińska, Magdalena Jędra, Mariusz Raczyński
Lights: Jan Cybis
Music: Chinawoman, NEU!, Nisennenmondai, Ścianka, David Bowie
Duration: 50 min
Partners: Fundacja Ciało/Umysł, Fundacja Burdąg, Komuna//Warszawa Spektakl zrealizowany dzięki środkom ze stypendium Ministerstwa Kultury i Dziedzictwa Narodowego
The performance achieved thanks to the scholarship of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage
Premiere: 10.05.2012 w Teatrze Studio w Warszawie na Warszawskiej Scenie Tańca.
Presented at: Polska Platforma Tańca 2012,Stary Browar, Poznań (12.2012), Fringe at Dance Base Edinburgh, Edynburg (07-8.2013), Spring Forward Aerowaves, Umea, Szwecja (04.2014), Gdański Festiwal Tańca, Klub Żak, Gdańsk (06.2014)
“(…)Rock dance tended to be exuberant and anarchically complex, while theatre dance was often pedestrian and minimal. The familiar joke summarized the situation: in the early 1960s people would go to a dance concert to watch people stand around, and afterwards everyone would go to a party and dance. (…)”
Cynthia Novack Looking at Movement as Culture

In the period known as post-modern dance the pedestrian got drawn into dance. Gestures and movements that could potentially be owned by anyone, achieved a status equivalent to ‘high art’. This period occurred at the same time as another great change in culture- the emergence of the rock subculture. New (Dis)Order draws on this tendency by drawing attention to the performativity and choreography of the party, the rock concert, rock iconography and the ecstatic all-nighter that leads one to unexpected and usually under-appreciated sensual experiences.
The performers of „New (Dis)Order” engage in actions based on the search for a collective body, the ecstatic surrender to music, using play as a choreographic tool, the search for unusual psycho-physical states and the exploration of the erotic element of bodily interaction. Although superficially post-modern dance and non-formal party dance were very different in both form and aim, they developed in the context of mutual dialogue, which changed physical culture and especially dance. The traces of this dialogue today is what New (Dis)Order pays homage to.
 
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