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Eszter Salamon

MONUMENT 0.9: Replay

Dance, performance
Belgian premiere
Duration: 1h45
English spoken

Real monuments do not stand still

In the performance Replay choreographer Eszter Salamon returns to the dance material she developed for Reproduction (2004), inspired by positions from the legendary Kama Sutra. What remains of those movements? Replay shows the pleasure of moving ánd watching movement while bodies get rid of social norms. A work of art in movement, radically many-voiced.

Eszter Salamon is a choreographer, a visual artist and a performer. She lives and works in Berlin and Paris, takes her doctor’s degree in art in Oslo and has received several prizes in recent years. Salamon’s work could be seen before at a.o Centre Pompidou (Paris) and MoMa (New York) and at Kunstenfestivaldesarts, the Festival of Avignon and the Ruhrtriennial.

Play dates

  • Monument 0.9: Replay
  • Monument 0.9: Replay

Concept, choreography and artistic direction: Eszter Salamon. Choreography, voice and performance: Ghyslaine Gau, Arantxa Martinez, Pol Pi, Lola Rubio, Eszter Salamon. Scenography Concept: Eszter Salamon and Garth Roberts. Set design: Garth Roberts. Text: Eszter Salamon and Elodie Perrin. Sound design: Eszter Salamon, Cristián Sotomayor. Recordings and sound environment: Claudia Mattai Del Moro. Sound technician: Bryan Eubanks Viola: Pol Pi. Lights: Catalina Fernandez. Lights technician: Mathilda Kruschel Vocal coach: Johanna Peine. Body practice: Joséphine Evrard. Outside Eye: Tamar Shelef and Christine De Smedt. Perfume designer: Elisabeth Schaduw. Technical director, Stage realisation: Amina Nouns. Rehearsal assistant: João Carvalho. Production: Botschaft Gbr / Alexandra Wellensiek, Studio E.S / Elodie Perrin Production assistance: Marta Palacios Anaut. Coproduction: HAU Hebbel am Ufer (Berlin), Ménagerie de Verre (Paris), NEXT festival – Eurometropolis Lille-Kortrijk-Tournai + Valenciennes/Kunstencentrum BUDA (Kortrijk), festival Montpellier Danse (Montpellier), Transfabrik Fund – Franco-German Fund for Performing Arts. With the support of: The Regional Directory of Cultural Affairs of Ile de France – Ministry of Culture and Communication, Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa Berlin and Hauptstadtkulturfonds Berlin.

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