Idea and choreography : Katarzyna Gdaniec and Marco Cantalupo
Première: Lausanne International Dance Festival– 2007
A production: compagnie linga
Duration : 59 minutes
Dancers : Johana Cessiecq, Gérald Durand, Ai Koyama, Victoria Pérez, Martin Roehrich, Evangelos Poulinas, Marie Urvoy
Music : Philip Jeck, Richie Hawtin, Goem, Plastikman, Svarte Greiner, Thomas Brinkmann, Johann Johannsson
Sound: François Planson
Lights: Bert De Raeymaecker
Photo: Gert Weigelt
Compagnie linga is the associate artist of the Théâtre de l’Octogone Pully/Lausanne and receives the support of Pro Helvetia- Swiss foundation for culture, Canton of Vaud, the City of Pully.
With the support of Loterie Romande, the City of Lausanne, Famille Sandoz Fondation, Casino Barrière Montreux Fondation.
In 59 minutes, linga investigates the guiding principles imposed on us by society: high-speed and high-performance. Social standards evaluate the way we move, rectify trajectories, determine and set more and more productive targets, exploit space, reduce the margin of error or laziness, implying that movement is just a succession of measures and calculations. Speeed (59 minutes precisely) does not take sides for slowness against speed but goes on with a choreographic process in tune with social situations.