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Choreography: Ramona Nagabczyńska
Perfromance: Ramona Nagabczyńska
Music: Alexander Zekke
Video: Miguel Nieto
Lights: Jan Cybis
Production: Komuna//Warszawa
Partners: Instytut Muzyki I Tańca (IMiT)
Premiere: 09.06.2012 Komuna//Warszawa
Presented at: March 2013 – Muzeum Sztuki Nowoczesnej w Warszawie, September 2013 – Stary Browar Nowy Taniec w Poznaniu, Październik 2013 – Klub Żak w Gdańsku, November 2013 – Festiwal Temps D’Image w Klużu, Rumunia, March 2014 – Festiwal KRoki, Małopolski Ogród Sztuk w Krakowie.
Duration: 40 min
RE//akumulacja (wcześniej Akumulacja© Trisha Brown) jest solowym spektaklem tanecznym wyprodukowanym w ramach słynnego cyklu RE//MIX stworzonego przez Komunę//Warszawę w 2010 roku i trwającego do 2013. Do stworzenia RE//MIXów zapraszani byli najwybitniejsi Polscy reżyserzy, choreografowie i artyści wizualni m.in. duet Strzępka i Demirski, Krzysztof Garbaczewski, Akademia Ruchu, Leszek Bzdyl i Kaya Kołodziejczyk. RE//akumulacja to remiks Trishy Brown- amerykańskiej choreografki, pionierki tańca postmodernistycznego.
RE//akumulacja is part of a series of commissions based on the idea of remixing the work of one particular iconic artist to whom the creator of the remix relates to particularly strongly. It was initiated in 2010 by a Polish interdisciplinary artistic organization called Komuna//Warszawa. Many prominent Polish theatre directors, choreographers and visual artists have been asked to partake in the cycle. Ramona Nagabczyńska chose to remix the work of American post-modern dance pioneer Trisha Brown, particularly focusing on Accumulation- one of Trisha Brown’s most notorious pieces and at the same time .
Most contemporary and new dance as we find it today is in some way a remix of Trisha Brown’s heritage and therefore nobody’s work is more relevant to the concept of the dance remix than hers, which makes it necessary to think of Trisha Brown when contemplating the action of remixing dance. The performance draws attention to the similarity between accumulation as a choreographic idea and accumulation as the most important actor in the process of acquiring knowledge by the body. The dancer creates a unique archive of movement through the long-term process of accumulating bodily quotations. These quotations can be taken directly from their author or be a processed version of them. Each time a shift or overlap takes place revealing an unknown territory of physicality.
 
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