Difference

Maciej Kuźmiński Company

The work gives an intimate insight into imaginary world of an individual re-defining his own self. “Identity does not begin, nor does it end” says a voice quoting Deleuze, as Kuźmiński searches for the independent artistic and movement style. This self-performed dance monodrama stuns with the beauty of it’s set and lighting design, created by a visual artist Michał Mackiewicz.

Difference is the first part of diptych Difference and Repetition which forms a full-length double bill evening of radically different, yet complimentary pieces. Inspired by Gilles Deleuze’s magnum opus – Difference and Repetition was Kuźmiński’s first full-length work.

      • choreography & performance
      • Maciej Kuźmiński
      • dramaturgy, texts and voice
      • Adam Hypki
      • lighting & set design
      • Michał Mackiewicz
      • costumes
      • Justyna Jakubczyk-Lassota, Emil Wysocki
      • assistant choreographer
      • Tomasz Pomersbach

     

     

      • music
      • Matthew Bourne “Montauk Variations”, Jacob Kirkegaard “4 Rooms”
      • duration
      • 35 min
      • executive producers
      • Maciej Kuźmiński, Maria Marcinkiewicz-Górna Cukier Puder foundation
      • production
      • Centre for Culture in Lublin, Zduńska Wola Culture House, Dance Theatre Departament in Bytom of the National Theatre Academy in Cracow
      • supporters
      • 2015 tourneé supported by the Institute of Music and Dance as part of the Stage for Dance 2015 programme, the work was produced with the financial support of Lublin Dance Theatre and as part of the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage artistic grant, prints by KP Media

     

      • In this work every element – choreography, performance, sense of space and timing – reaches independently a very high level

     

      • Each part of the diptych could function as an independent work, becoming a bodily manifestation of philosophical considerations. Combined, however, they form a succesfull whole, and the three performers differ enough, so that the repetition does not become boring, but on the contrary – alluring.

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