Audio Choreography: Walk // Podcast @BIPOD Festival, 27.May.2021, Thursday 10:00 (GMT+3)

Audio Choreography: Walk
Podcast (English)

27.May.2021, Thursday
(GMT+3) 10:00 – >>> 

Free Event 
BIPOD Festival
Architecture of a Ruined Body @https://www.citerne.live/events/audio-choreography-walk

This excursion to the body of the city is an invitation to a walk. This podcast is a participation of listening, questioning and allowing new ways of perceiving and re-experiencing the city that we live in from a different perspective by following the voice guidance. How the city’s obstacles, disturbances, noise and transformations affect our body, can we raise more awareness on these topics? This audio choreography is an alternative way to be together, to act even on an online platform. You will need a phone with internet connection, earphones to listen to the podcast and a city to walk.

Concept and Choreogrraphy
Filiz Sızanlı
Mustafa Kaplan

Dramaturgy
Eylül F. Akıncı

Sound Design
Sair Sinan Kestelli

Production
Fırat Kuşçu

Thanks to
Çatı Contemporary Dance Artists Association, Istanbul
Institut Français d’Istanbul
Maqamat / BIPOD- Beirut International Platform of DanceCiterne.live

Organizers 
Maqamat / BIPOD- Beirut International Platform of Dance
Citerne.live

Partners
CND/Lyon
CCN Bourgogne Franche-Comté à Belfort/ Viadanse
Les Subsistances
Dan.Cin.Lab
Taldans
Menhir
Sareyyet Ramallah
Egomio Cultural Centre
Rézodanse

In Cooperation with
Allianz Kulturstiftung
Prohelvetia
AFAC
Al Mawred 

THI SIS NO TAPER FOR MANCE

Commissioned by the CDC – Les Hivernales (Avignon-France)

First production – In partnership with the Association Jean Vilar (Maison Jean Vilar)

1 and 2 March – 4.30 pm

Maison Jean Vilar

Mustafa Kaplan and Alain Michard are the same age. They both started dancing later than most professionals. But that is about all they have in common. They first came together in 2007, taking off on the theme of Art History considered as a ‘common good’, a space for sharing and passing on knowledge. The duet created in Avignon is the outcome of work that has brought together Mustafa Kaplan, a Turkish choreographer, and Alain Michard, a French choreographer, since 2010, in both Istanbul and Rennes. Les Hivernales welcomes these two artists for a new encounter where they spend some time checking each other out, testing their weight, coming together, mixing their eventful life stories, acting as the other’s spokesman, calling up spirits, wrestling, creating a dance that hits like a wave – in fact, a tidal wave.