Photo by Kristina Čyžiūtė
Choreography: Gil Kerer
Dramaturgy and Content Development: Anat Cederbaum
Choreographer Assistant and rehearsal director: Alon Karniel
Lights: Vladimiras Šerstaboejvas
Music: Johanna Bramli, Alvo Nato
Costumes: Kristina Čyžiūtė
Dancers: Blake Seidel, Chiara Corbetta, Clara Giambino, Erik Zarcone, Evgeniy Kalachev, Jasper Narvaez, Julija Mintautė, Matthew Livingston, Marine Fernandez, Mei Chen
OCTOBER 5 | 18:00
National Kaunas Drama Theatre (Laisvės ave. 71), The Main Stage
Attempting to unearth patterns of both individual and collective damage, we look into how these are created and instilled within us, often unknowingly. Undercurrents of damaging cycles and patterns govern our being: in what ways do we operate and navigate these within us? How do subtle forms of (self) harm ripple on, affecting us as a group to a quite ruin, and what human potential is revealed in the process? Can we find recovery, repair?
Connecting the individual experience with that of a group, a thin yet present thread runs through the piece and sheds light on the ways in which we come to be.
An independent dancer, performer and choreographer based in Tel Aviv. After dancing in companies such as Vertigo Dance Company and the young KCDC, and with numerous independent choreographers, Gil turned to creating as an independent artist. His pieces include the duets “Between Us” (2014) and “Nice to Beat You” (2017), which have travelled in recent years to numerous countries (including Italy, France, Russia, South Korea and Singapore, among others).
The solos “dive” (2011) and “The Child” (2015) commissioned for a festival in Montevideo, Uruguay; and the quintet “EץAרRTHא” is premiering recently in Tel Aviv (2018).
In his artistic path Gil searches for the wisdom that lies within the body, seeking a human and direct approach to movement, and the way it reflects our conversation with life.
Savo kūrybiniame kelyje Gil Kerer ieško išminties, slypinčios kūne, siekdamas jo tiesioginio, žmogiško ryšio su judesiu, stebėdamas, kaip jis atspindi mūsų dialogą su pačiu gyvenimu.