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MCB-DV-7746

Thaw

Beschreibung

Thaw, a 60-minute ice/light/video dance, is an unlikely symphonic investigation of elemental encounters under increasingly curious circumstances. Inspired by the first crack of winter ice breaking up on a frozen shore, Thaw “suggests a desire to shatter surfaces and release the vital reality trapped within.” (Eva Yaa Asantewa, Village Voice critic) Rich in violent beauty and deep quiet, Thaw evolves into a kinetic poem, a love letter to time. Videos created by Patrik Widrig from documentary film footage of Shackleton's 1914 Antarctica voyage and the last ice harvests in Maine.


/ CREDITS /

Choreography:

Sara Pearson, Patrik Widrig


Created with and performered by:

Lindsay Gilmour, Tzaveta Kassabova, Sara Pearson, Matthew Rogers, Patrik Widrig


Videos:

Patrik Widrig


Light Design:

Barry Steele


Set + Costume Design:

Sali Treek


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http://www.pearsonwidrig.org/company-works-thaw/ [Zugriff am 07.07.2015]
Gruppe / Compagnie / Ensemble
Choreographie
Darsteller
Bühnenbild
Kostüm
Licht
Video
Standorte
MCB
Aufnahmedatum
Sonntag, 20. März 2005
Orte
Stadt
New York
Land
USA
Kamera
Jason Akira Somma
Länge
61 min