A very sensible review by Justyna Stanisławska on Every Minute Motherland appeared on 20.09 on the country-wide portal taniecpolska.pl . a multidimensional story about what the war does to the human body and human interior, but also how it affects space and time. […] the viewer takes a journey into the deepest recesses of his… Read more »
Maciej Kuźmiński dedicates his new performance to the refugee movement. The minimalistic yet powerful dance piece under the title Every Minute Motherland was influenced by the war in Ukraine and developed by the Polish-Ukrainian team, including refugees, who shared their professional and first-hand war experience. The premiere will take place in Gdansk on August, 25… Read more »
A great review after the premiere of my body falls lighter at Staatstheater Kassel. In an article titled “The play of the time travelers” Kirsten Ammermüller in Hessisch Niedersächsische Allgemeine writes Kuźmiński uses the most diverse elements of an organic movement language (…) A convincing complete work that appealed to the audience above all emotionally… Read more »
We are thrilled to announce the Premiere of the latest work of Maciej Kuźmiński with Staatstheater Kassel dance company and Orchestra – my body falls lighter. The tickets are on sale!
We are thrilled to announce the return of Maciej’s work made for the Polish Dance Theatre – Fabula Rasa. See the work in the new, state of the art headquarter of PDT in Poznań on 1st and 2nd of April. More info in our calendar.
We are very happy to announce that Polina Bulat joins our production team as producer and manager. One of the goals is to include Ukrainian dance artists in our upcoming work with her help. Welcome! More about Polina you can read here
Read the latest from Maciej Kuźmiński – a new work for the Staatstheater Kassel, goodbye to the Polish Dance Network and a development of Dynamic Phrasing. Newsletter available under this link
In 2017 Kuźmiński has initiated what is now one of the largest structures in the Polish contemporary dance world. Currently operating in 15 cities in 13 provinces, Polish Dance Network has provided nearly 150 presentations of performances by over 30 choreographers since 2018. We are sharing the artists statement made on this occasion.