AFTER BEFORE

BELARUSSIAN STATE ART UNIVERSITY / YOUTH CARO DANCE THEATRE

on the move, in the passage, in suspension, together

After Before presents individuals in continual motion suspended in an undefined space. Referring to the experience of refugees, the author describes the experience of the 21st century man in general – a sense of uncertainty, emigration, attempts to reconstruct identity.

The Choreographic Departament of the Belarussian National Culture University has been awarded the first prize at the IMFC Festival. After Before, created by the Polish choreographer Maciej Kuźmiński, was one of the few presentations fully drawing from the contemporary art aesthetic. […] Stylistically abstract, minimal in the form of expression, the work was stripped bare of traditionally understood dance – on the first plane being occupied by the practice of shared presence, the performer’s work with inner movement and hers bodily experience. A “collective body” was active, alive, pulsating on stage in which the individual, plastic voices of the performers created on, shared emotion.

Svetlana Ulanovskaya, Mastactwa Magazine (Art) – 2016 – nb. 12 – p. 8 – 13 link to the review

The Choreographic Departament of the Belarussian National Culture University has been awarded the first prize at the IMFC Festival. After Before, created by the Polish choreographer Maciej Kuźmiński, was one of the few presentations fully drawing from the contemporary art aesthetic. […] Stylistically abstract, minimal in the form of expression, the work was stripped bare of traditionally understood dance – on the first plane being occupied by the practice of shared presence, the performer’s work with inner movement and hers bodily experience. A “collective body” was active, alive, pulsating on stage in which the individual, plastic voices of the performers created on, shared emotion.

Svetlana Ulanovskaya, Mastactwa Magazine (Art) – 2016 – nb. 12 – p. 8 – 13 link to the review

AFTER BEFORE
BELARUSSIAN STATE ART UNIVERSITY / YOUTH CARO DANCE THEATRE

choreography, sound, visual and stage design
Maciej Kuźmiński

performance
Youth Caro Dance Theatre

Klaudia Mościcka, Mieszko Chomka, Eliza Leszczak, Jasiek Kosianko, Mariusz Wysokiński, Krzysztof Wiśniewski, Aleksandra Chojnacka, Aleksandra Kłusek, Anna Kurowska, Julia Mućko

creation and original Belarussian cast
Yuliya Suvalova, Valeriya Le, Julia Asmalovskaya, Anastasia Kuzmenko, Elena Podolskaya, Katia Kovalenko, Yui Liu, Elena Sosnovskaya

rehearsal director
Eliza Kindziuk

assistant choreographer in Poland
Valeriya Le

assistant choreographer in Belarus
Nicolai Mikhilov

duration
45 min

production
A. Meżerycki Centre for Culture and Art in Siedlce
Caro Dance Theatre, Siedlce
Choreography Departament of the Belarussian Art and Culture University, Minsk

support
Polish tour supported by the Institute of Music and Dance from the “Scene for Dance – VIII educition” grant

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