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Grote Post

22/02/2019

Arenbergschouwburg

31/o1/2019

20/04/2018

MoMo Festival

14 & 15/03/2018

Kunstencentrum nona

natalia pieczuro feat. colin h. van eeckhout (amenra)

this kind of bird flies backwards 

 

About

How do you deal with moments of extreme joy and sadness - how does those make one feel alive? - This is the starting point  for the very first solo, This Kind of Bird Flies Backwards, of choreographer and dancer Natalia Pieczuro.

Pieczuro inspired herself by personal experiences and stories of other people -  those who are not afraid of being alive.Extremes exist very close to each-other. According to Pieczuro, the way you put those into the perspective, will give a meaning to your life

Une collaboration avec 

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/Samenwerking

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Colin H. van Eeckhout (Amenra)

From Brussels, her home port, the choreographer has created an open landscape of images and feelings.  A land of archetypes. This Kind of Bird Flies Backwards speaks about the intensity of our feelings  and how the ultimate sadness and loneliness can be experienced so differently. 

In Colin H.van Eeckhout from post metal band Amenra, Pieczuro found the ideal musical partner/ as she says “soul partner”.

Together with fellow members Mathieu van de Kerckhove and Bjørn Lescouhier he accompanies her on this dance performance that goes straight to the bones. A jurney pure, raw and real. 

De/van & met/avec

Natalia Pieczuro

Colin H. van Eeckhout

Bjørn Lescouhier

Mathieu van de Kerckhove

Decor

Natalia Pieczuro

Muziek/que

Colin H. van Eeckhout

Bjørn Lescouhier

Mathieu van de Kerckhove

Lumière/licht

Florence Richard

Production/ie

Kunstencentrum nona

Avec le soutien/de steun

workspacebrussels

Ultima Vez

Garage29

Long Life Burning Wild Cards

Théâtre Marni

Les Ballets C de la B 

de Vlaamse Overheid

Artifacts

Aline Gorsen Art

Kostuum/costume

Aline Breucker

Divers.

"Pieczuro is an incredibly powerful performer and choreographer, blending body, movement and feeling into an urgency that is visible and tangible in all her actions, she has found a language to communicate her inner experience with her audience, and does so from a within the turned state of being, which by that concentration, which it stops in every movement, evokes so much tension."

 

"Theaterkrant.nl"