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Break Fighting

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Ninguém quer ser papaya...

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DNA-DANÇA

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Los retos actuales de la danza

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Observatorio4Guillermo Heras escreve sobre os atuais desafios da dança

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Disparidades do gesto e ‘Staff’

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Violência e Eros no Butoh-MA de Tadashi Endo

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Oservatrio4Durante workshop, o artista japonês compartilhou suas experiências e entendimento da relação entre vida e morte, e criou conexões possíveis com outras formas de arte.

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Odio la Danza

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Observatrio3Texto de Jorge Parra (Encontro Nacional de Danza “Fragmentos de Junio”/Equador) sobre a dança

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Fricção - teatro de operações

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Calendário, pra que te quero?

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antonio-nobrega-por-joao-meirellesO dia e o mês dedicados à Dança devem estimular ações e reflexão sobre o seu campo de trabalho.

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Um espaço para troca de idéias, associações, reflexões, posicionamentos e contraposições.

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‘My Sweet Little Fur’ and the gap between the cultures and borders
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Observatorio11After presenting My Sweet Little Fur in beautiful Salvador I will try to talk a little about the back bone that led me to create this piece...especially I will try to draw a line and explain the immigration theme on this choreography.

 

Aliyah is a Hebrew word that means "ascent" or "going up" and it’s a form used in Hebrew to describe the immigration of Jews to the Land of Israel. In Zionist discourse, the term aliyah includes both voluntary immigration for ideological, emotional, or practical reasons and, on the other hand, mass flight of persecuted populations of Jews. The vast majority of Israeli Jews today trace their family's recent roots to outside of the country. While many have actively chosen to settle in Israel rather than some other country, many had little or no choice about leaving their previous home countries. While Israel is commonly recognized as "a country of immigrants", it is also, in large measure, a country of refugees.

 

In My Sweet Little Fur, the dancer's character crawls from a restless space, seeking comfort, emerging from its own skin in an inner cycle that does not leave room for any peace or rest. Like an immigrant inside its own self, a foreigner in its own body. The Solo arouses moral attitudes and discourses concerning what is prohibited, what is aloud and the entirely different location of transgression. The realizing of prohibited forbidden desires is an essential stage in every person's growth and development. Being able to put the personal into the real and being able to confront these desires with reality takes a large part in the piece.

 

How can the most intimate thing, how can your most fearful behavior flourish in different environments - The piece brings the intimate into the public and provokes the gap between the cultures and borders of the internal and the external of one's body limits and body language.


Choreographer Idan Cohen was born and raised in Israel