IT IS NOT ABOUT IF YOU WILL LOVE ME TOMORROW_Part 1
ANDRONIKI MARATHAKI - ART FACTORY | February 18-19, 2019
Interactive sound design and programming
Platform Design and construction
Nikos Stathopoulos,Giorgos Vasileiou, Vasilis Vasileiou
Nikos Flessas, Aggelos Petrovas
Documentation (photo & video)
Alekos & Christos Bourelias
Monday 18 & Tuesday 19 Feb, 2019 at 21:30
Art Factory – Technostasio, 178 Peiraios & 6 Lamias str
10€ (general entrance) – Limited number of seats
On February 18 & 19, Androniki Marathaki, along with a team of creators/collaborators, is sharing with the audience the first part of her new thematic; an ironic and self-referential solo, for a dance creator, on a "pulsating ground", inspired by the skyline, the linear flows of movement, the japanese concept of "Ma" and the identity of the creator.
The thematic, entitled It's not about if you will love me tomorrow, is inspired by the Japanese concept of space Ma (negative/empty space) and the skyline, the line dividing the earth and the firmament; a straight line that "exists" only because of the observer's position.
In this regard, the creator is also being explored: the way the creator is placed in systems of cognition and perception, systems that have shaped the human relation in terms of action, to an "imbalance" which only through mobility and rhythm can eventually come to "balance".
The exploration focuses on the empty space between two "points" ―where point means place, time, Speech, human― and examines the shortest path between them, as well as the intervening that gives whatever form eventually to anything.
The performance, by projecting the necessity as the only source of form, experiments with the need of the state of dance within the cycle of order and disorder, and its attempt to place itself on a stage that the viewer observes by looking at it from the shortest pathways, just the way the spectator observes the horizon.