IT IS NOT ABOUT IF YOU WILL LOVE ME TOMORROW _ Part 2

ANDRONIKI MARATHAKI - PEIRAIOS 260, HALL E' - GREEK FESTIVAL ​| June 14-15, 2019 
 

CONTRIBUTORS 

 

Concept & Choreography 

Androniki Marathaki

 

Performers

Kostis Kallivretakis, Candy Karra, Loukiani Papadaki, Giorgos Frintzilas 

Interactive sound design and programming

Lampros Pigounis 

 

Platform Design and construction

Filippos Vasileiou 

 

Lighting Design

Nysos Vasilopoulos

Costumes Design 

Konstantina Mardiki

Production coordination 

Maria Vasariotou

Documentation (photo & video)

Alekos & Christos Bourelias

Visual communication

Eftihia Liapi

Production Management 

Delta Pi 

INFO 

 

When:           

Friday 14 June at 21:00 & Saturday 15 June at 20:00

Where:       

Greek Festival - Peiraios 260 Hall E' 

Tickets

Box office at Peiraios 260 & online tickets through ticketmaster.gr

DESCRIPTION

Androniki Marathaki, one of the most acclaimed young dance artists, makes her Athens Festival debut with "It’s not about if you will love me tomorrow_Part 2", a work both intimate and public, which, in the creator’s own words, “maybe it’s a dance piece, or maybe it isn’t.” 

The performance is conceived as a game in public view; a game raising questions on the relationship between dancing and viewing and on the balance of this paradoxical relationship that is fraught with tension.

A platform whose movement and inclination changes depending on where people stand and transfer their weight is divided among four performers. The performers test their limits within this new order of things, as the most reliable thing imaginable, the ground, is destabilized and becomes part of a fluid universe of ever-changing space, rhythm, and mobility.

The game is built on the concept of fair-cake cutting, a fair division problem on how to divide a ‘space’ such as a cake or a territory or a frequency domain so that they everyone can receive the ‘space’ they personally believe should be theirs. That is, a division, not in equal parts, bur in parts which embrace and appeal to each participant’s individual values and preferences.

Will spectators be able to assist performers in their foray into this new land?

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