Migrant Bodies-Moving Borders is being presented at the Polish Dance Platform 2019
7 September 2019 (Saturday)
12:00–13:30 – panel discussion: Dance within Civil Society Contexts
Venue: European Solidarity Centre
It is no coincidence that the panel discussion “Dance Within Civil Society Contexts” takes place in
Gdańsk in the European Solidarity Centre. Gdańsk – the City of Freedom and openness to diversity
is the first city in Poland where the Council for Equal Treatment and the Council for Immigrants
and a model of their integration were created. Gdańsk also sees dance as one of the tools for
building a society rooted in tolerance and solidarity and having relations based on respect for
differences. The speakers invited by us will present methods and tools for working with social and
ethnic minorities and disadvantaged groups; these methods and tools enable, through dance, to
integrate these groups into a broader public discourse.
Migrant Bodies-Moving Borders is being presented in Tunisi these days
From 2 till 7 September 2019 Migrant Bodies -Moving Borders will be part of the Ecole d’Ete sur la Migration in Tunisi
The Premiere of BABEL took place at La Briqueterie, 22nd June 2019.
The choreography became a weaving of the finest gestures. A human organisation of no words but a shared movement vocabulary in order to maintain a delicate balance. A cooperation process at work, an example of caring, sharing the weight and the responsabilities. A beautiful silent choreography.
Under the sun, BABEL comes to its final form at La Briqueterie in Vitry-sur-Seine.
The group of participants have been working for three days with Jordi Gali to find a common rhythm in order to elevate the tower from the ground up. A delicate choreography that requires tuning in, group focus and awareness, where each personn takes care of the balance of the whole structure.
Let’s see how this subtle work will flourish in tonight presentation!