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DANCE ON SCREEN on TOUR: “Screendance Landscapes – due giorni su danza e schermo” – Venezia

Valentina Moar is invited as curator of Dance on Screen to take part of SCREENDANCE LANDSCAPES – due giorni su danza e schermo organized by VeNe (IT) and future mellon (UK), in Venice at IUAV (University of architecture and visual art) on 17th April 2018.

The event consists of two days of symposium, roundtable and screenings.

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DANCE ON SCREEN Festival (2nd Ed. 2017)

Graphics: LucaMorganti(https://morgantiluca.com/) – Photo: Philippe Ariagno

Graphics: Luca Morganti – Photo: Philippe Ariagno

 

DANCE ON SCREEN in its second edition presents dance short-films made by artists from all over the world, that highlight the immediacy of the dance and the movement through the intimacy of the eye’s camera.

Through an international call, the festival selected 17 films from artists coming from 12 different countries and 4 continents: Italy, Norway, Austria, Greece, France, Belgium, Great Britain, Holland, Brazil, Mexico, Usa, Philippines.

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Press review: “Niemandsländer” (no man’s land) in Graz

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NIEMANDSLÄNDER [No man’s Land] – Valentina Moar + Howool Baek – 11./12. November in Graz

NIEMANDSLÄNDER

Austrian Premiere

An international co-production of Valentina Moar, Howool Baek & Asphalt Festival Düsseldorf

Painful cut. Foreign body. Monotony. Farewell. Resignation. Rejected age. Outlandish body. No status. No State. Two choreographers, two different cities, Berlin, Graz, without meeting each other in person, getting to know each other and communicating only through the internet about one topic in common: “Niemandsländer [No Man’s Land]” inspired Valentina Moar (IT/AT) and Howool Baek (KR/DE) to create their dance solos. Continue Reading →

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Rebody

Valentina Moar – Choreographer/Dancer @ Rebody

Rebody (2010) by Gerhard Eckel, Michael Schwab und David Pirrò is a video and an installation piece in which the captured motion of a dancer is transformed into a dynamic drawing that informs a musical composition. Continue Reading →