Dance revolution

2021-05-14, 11:00 a.m.
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Expressive movements and poses, breaking out of the classical ballet convention, new body awareness, costumes shocking the audience at that time – the period of the Weimar Republic brought not only new phenomena in the field of fine arts and photography, but also prepared the ground for experiments in the field of dance.

Without characters such as cooperating incl. with Wassily Kandinsky, dancer Gret Palucca, revolutionizing the way of thinking about theater, choreography and movement on stage, Oskar Schlemmer, choreographer, dancer and founder of one of the most important schools of modern dance, Mary Wigman, or the author of "absolute" dance Vera Skoronel, this dance revolution could not have happened.

The lecture accompanies the exhibition More than Bauhaus. German photography between the wars and Polish parallels, which is presented at the ICC Gallery between May 8th and August 1st, 2021.

The meeting was held on May 14th, 2021 at 11.00, online via the Zoom platform.

Host: Małgorzata Jędrzejczyk – PhD student at the Institute of Art History at the Jagiellonian University and a graduate of the interdisciplinary doctoral studies Society – Technologies – Environment. She deals with cultural education and works as an independent curator. She conducts research on the concept of sculpture and the issue of opening a work of art to the recipient in Katarzyna Kobro's work. On a daily basis, she works at the branch of the Pilecki Institute in Berlin.

Meeting in Polish.
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