Time Takes the Time Time Takes

TIME TAKES THE TIME TIME TAKES is a physical dynamic conversation through repetitive movement using a pendulum motif that embodies the mechanisms measuring time and space.

TIME TAKES THE TIME TIME TAKES is a physical dynamic conversation through repetitive movement and the pendulum motif that embodies the mechanisms measuring time and space. A journey of dangling movements that burst into different encounters, evolving towards a perpetual motion. An ongoing wheel that suggests time is a continuum.

This performance was born out of admiration for the rhythm and music that movement creates. A latent and constant rhythm that marks the passage of time. Based on a simple physical exercise, the swing of a pendulum, we create a sequence of complex mechanisms that are done and undone through the synergy of five performers. TTTTTT is a poetic and choreographic manifestation, a physical, visual, and sound exercise that explores space as a score within sound and movement. A perceptual experience of time, an eternal present rooted in materials and forms.

Španski Borci Cultural Center, 5 February 2015, 8 pm

TIME TAKES THE TIME TIME TAKES | Idea/Concept: Guy Nader | Maria Campos | Direction: Guy Nader | Creation/Performance: Maria Campos, Thais Hvid, Guy Nader, Roser Tutusaus, Magí Serra | Music: Miguel Marin | Light design: Israel Quintero and Lidia Ayala  | Technican: Conchita Pons | Costume: Viviane Calvitti, GN | MC|  Production: Raqscene
 | Coproduction: Mercat de les Flors | Support: Graner- fàbrica de creació, L’Estruch, CO2 Festival, La Caldera- Centre de creació de dansa i arts escèniques contemporànies, Paso a 2 and Universidad Carlos III | Collaboration: Departament de Cultura /ICEC | Acknowledgments: Fàtima Campos, Miquel Fiol, Alexis Eupierre | First creation phase created with the dancers: Francesco Barba, Charlotte Mathiessen Duration
60 minutes
 

Presented in Španski Borci, Ljubljana, within the year-round Plesna Vesna festival produced by EN-KNAP Productions, which in collaboration with the Aerowaves network presents young European dance. Plesna Vesna has been awarded the prestigious EFFE label which includes it among the finest European festivals.

With the support of Embassy of Spain in Slovenia.