Streams is a dialogue between two dancers, a musician and a lighting designer. The impulses of each participant propel the improvisational piece onward. The piece strives for a kind of democracy which includes not only the performers, but the audience as well. Streams fights to reject hierarchies and any predetermined, or given roles. The audience and performers share an entire night like a dinner party would. Everything is plentiful: there is much dance, much music, there is food in abundance and they never run out of wine.
Flow Productions (FI) & Rialto Fabrik Nomade (FR)
“We met for the first time in Prague in 2004 and have been collaborating ever since. Gradually our working relationship has turned into friendship, and friendship into being soulmates. Life, friendship and working processes have been inextricably intertwined. We are bound by the desire to work in multi-artistic productions, in interaction with other artists, without hierarchy. As performers we wish to bring a whole person on stage so that all the manifold layers are on view: intellectual, emotional, even sexual, rational with the irrational. Our working process, to which we invited a musician and a lighting designer, has included deliberation of the value set of our art, its aims, means of expression and political nature.”
The performance begins at 9pm and lasts approximately 6 hours. At 9pm you’ll be given a wristband which allows you to go in and out of the space. After 9pm, only audience members with a wristband are allowed into the performance space.
NOTE! This work has a limited audience capacity. Please pre-book to confirm your seat: info(at)antifestival.com or phone +358 50 305 2005