Banda Kakana live performance at Matola Jazz Club. Free Entrance!
Contemporary Dance-A Female Proposal
Pak Ndjamena/Daniela Coelho/Flore Chabernaud
Story! Stories cross from various stories, a story reveals another story, events that come together at the point of convergence ..., a female proposal!
I bring with me a vice versa, as an imposition of organic matter. My body interacts on different levels, dynamics, plans, directions ... routines!
Space as a fundamental element to describe the day-to-day of the stories, interconnecting points of similar departures, contorting the differences between them.
Body language as the fundamental object that produces a state of presence. Stories are intertwined in gestures, transformed and counted in movements.
"I am a woman, female, I reveal myself easily, by the abundance of objects that I have to carry with me in my bag, sometimes I have no choice, I follow the standards of an integrated social life! I take responsibility because I want to be seen as a woman in my eligible position. "
"I'm a Dancer! Telling my story in the form of a gesture ... difficult ... the difficult thing would be to reveal this story ..., movement ... (dance)! "
Coreography: Pak Ndjamena; Interpretation: Daniela Coelho and Flore Chabernaud
Costumes: Daniela Coelho
Poem: Angélica Freitas - O útero é do tamanho de um punho (The uterus is the size of a fist
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Pak Ndjamena, dancer, choreographer and dance teacher, born in Maputo, began his career in 1997 at the National School of Dance, and since 2001 has been part of several dance groups in the city of Maputo, highlighting the Dance Company Contemporary Human Sculpture, which was one of the founders, and in 2004 began to collaborate with several national and international choreographers as creator and interpreter, such as, Miguel Pereira and others.
Date and Time: Thursday, September 20 at 18h00
Entrance: 200 MZN
Address: CCBM - Centro Cultural Brasil Moçambique, Av. 25 de Setembro no. 1728 Maputo
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