age group: 0-3 years, duration: 30 minutes
Produced by Children's Art Centre (Poznań, POLAND)
Director: Alicja Morawska-Rubczak
Scenography: Barbara Małecka
Music: Wacław Zimpel www.waclawzimpel.pl/pl
Paintings: Władysław Radziwiłłowicz
Calligraphy: Małgosia Małecka HELLO Calligraphy
Cast: Paulina Giwer-Kowalewska, Filip Meyer-Lüters
Producer: Wojciech Nowak
FUN, FUSS, FAD
Performance for children from 2,5 years of age and their parents
Choreography collaboration: Iza Chlewinska
Music: Hania Rani
Costumes: Olga Strizhniova
Production: Art Fraction Foundation
Kolekttacz founded by Paulina Giwer-Kowalewska, Aniela Kokosza and Agnieszka Dubilewicz, was established in March 2020, out of the need for their collective creation
Their work is base on tools derived from contemporary dance techniques, improvisation and somatic movement of work the body. They collaborate with choreographer and researcher Iza Chlewinska
Performance is a meeting: natural, free, open, inclusive, sensitive. Relationships, closeness, community, family - how can we experience them? Diversity, surprises, misunderstandings, fun, breakdowns, quarrels, and craziness! We are all different, each of us carries a different story. We meet, we wait for each other, we move away. We are like colorful balls thrown into a box - we crowd, roll side by side, collide, tip over and cause explosions. We experiment, grow, get to know ourselves while being together, connected by an invisible network of feelings and thoughts. Isn’t it difficult for us at times? Of course! After all, everyone crosses their limits, stumbles, sometimes even makes a fuss!
While performing, we look for special energy that gives freedom, focus and especially: joy.
We provoke, create and observe relationships - also between ourselves. The performance focuses on the perception of otherness, which is extremely interesting to us. Seeing differences, reacting to them, accepting them. This interaction is improvised and not programmed in advance. We would like to emphasize the importance of contact with oneself and of collective action in the community.
INTIBAG sensory objects created by Iza Chlewińska and Tomek Bergman play a special role in the performance.
While working with consciousness, the body fuses with what the head is engaged with. By communicating with the world through movement we can cleanse the body memory of trauma, learning to accept ourselves and the presence of the "here and now". INTIBAG sensory objects used in the therapy of sensation disorders can be an ideal tool for fusing the body with its environment. INTIBAG helps organize sensory impressions from the world around us.