Thu 08.10.2020 - Sat 10.10.2020

ICE

Bahar Temiz / Platform 0090
08.10.2020
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10.10.2020

In ICE, choreographer Bahar Temiz creates fleeting poetic images. She tugs cords; they weave, intertwine, ripple and knot together. Her aim: to create physical intensity through the simplest of actions. 

While Temiz wrestles with these cords, she tells stories in which past and present merge and become preserved in the cold. ICE reveals the many warnings the earth is giving us about its and our future – as it becomes a little warmer each day. Just as life first came from the ice, this cold body of water now washes it away. 

In her work, Bahar Temiz shares her desires and aspirations. Her work is a tribute to everyone who seeks connections in this overstretched and complex world, even if they are limping behind. ICE is a solo work borne out of a quest for survival, a celebration of the passing of time and a way of imagining a utopian future. 

Bahar Temiz was born in Istanbul and studied Philosophy at the Sorbonne. From there she found herself in the Netherlands studying dance and working with, among others, Superamas and the choreographer Ivana Müller. In 2018 she shone in the solo White on White, which was created for her by Marc Vanrunxt. 

Credits

CONCEPT & PERFORMANCE Bahar Temiz IN SAMENWERKING MET / EN COLLABORATION AVEC / IN COLLABORATION WITH Maik Riebort TEKST / TEXTE / TEXT Bahar Temiz & Michael De Cock SCENOGRAFIE / SCÉNOGRAPHIE / SET DESIGN Meryem Bayram GELUIDSONTWERP / CONCEPTION SON / SOUND DESIGN Charo Calvo LICHTONTWERP / CONCEPTION LUMIÈRES / LIGHTING DESIGN Pol Matthé ARTISTIEK ADVIES / CONSEIL ARTISTIQUE / ARTISTIC ADVICE Marc Vanrunxt TECHNIEK / TECHNIQUE Nele Verreyken DRAMATURGIE Kristin Rogghe PRODUCTIE / PRODUCTION Platform 0090 COPRODUCTIE / COPRODUCTION KVS, C-Takt, wpZimmer RESIDENTIES / RESIDENCES / RESIDENCIES Workspace Brussels, wpZimmer, KVS MET DE STEUN VAN / AVEC L'APPUI DE / SUPPORTED BY Sabancı University Sakıp Sabancı Museum
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