Tufa Tanz: BLAST by VEDANZA/Emanuela IacopiniTUFA Trier – Großer Saal
Critically acclaimed dance piece directed by Luxembourg based choreographer Emanuela Iacopini, BLAST is created and performed in collaboration with outstanding artists such as Frey Faust, Yuko Kominami, and Saju Hari to an original composition by Indian sound designer Rajivan Ayyappan. The piece explores sound projections and the impact of explosions on the response mechanisms of the human body. BLAST discretely reflects on destruction and creation, transition and transformation, the end and the beginning, searching into the light and darkness of explosions. A live performance where Butoh, Axis Syllabus, Kalaripayattu, and Contemporary Dance enhance the creative process of the dancers. Produced by VEDANZA, coproduced by the Centre Culturel Régional Opderschmelz and the Centre des Arts Pluriels Ettelbruck with the financial support of the Luxembourg Ministry of Culture, BLAST was created, premiered and toured in Luxembourg, Turkey, Morocco, Italy and Portugal.
Photo (c) Bohumil Kostohryz
Duration: 60 min
Artistic direction: Emanuela Iacopini
Sound design: Rajivan Ayyappan
Choreography/performance: Emanuela Iacopini, Frey Faust, Yuko Kominami, Saju Hari
Light design: Nico Tremblay
Scenography: Laura Mannelli/Nico Tremblay
Creative technology/interface design: Sonic Invasions
Costume design: Anne-Marie Herckes
Technical director: Nico Tremblay
External eye: Stephane Boko
Production manager: Lucile Risch
Co-Producers: CCRD Opderschmelz (Dudelange), CAPé-Centre des Arts Pluriels Ettelbruck with the financial support of ministère de la Culture du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg.
Partners: CERModern Ankara, Embassy of Luxembourg in Turkey, Corpo de Hoje, DeVIR/CAPa Centro de Artes Performativas do Algarve, Les Rencontres Chorégraphiques de Casablanca, Sacem, Dance Science Net, Axis Syllabus International Research Network, Centre de Création Chorégraphique Luxembourgeois TROIS C-L, FOCUNA, Fondation Indépendance.
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