From side of a man From side of a woman

Performance reaching to abroad of dance, choreography and traditional stage forms treats a topic of dangerous and pleasures of solar sexuality.

From  side of a man From side of a woman

premiere the 15th of October 2013

choreography/ Jozef Fruček
assistant of choreography/ Reut Aviran
music/ Vasilis Mantzoukis
scene/ Jozef Fruček
costumes/ Marek Gašpar Šafárik
lights/ Ján Čief, Jozef Fruček
dance/ artistic team of Štúdio tanca dance theatre

 

photographer/ Vlado Veverka

 

 

Performance reaching to abroad of dance, choreography and traditional stage forms treats a topic of dangerous and pleasures of solar sexuality.

 

In four fragments we explore and create a poem to body, in which we can express our inner feelings, desires and vision. It is hitting body, which breaks down the boarders of traditional knowledge and behavior. The act for which we will punish adequatelly. 

                                                                                                        

 

Jozef Fruček is a founding member of RootlessRoot. He graduated from the Academy of Music and Theater of Bratislava, completed his PhD Thesis in 2002. 

During 2002-2005 Frucek was a member of Wim Vandekeybus’ Ultima Vez, creating Blush (stage and film versions) and, Sonic Boom. During 2005-2006 he collaborated with the Royal Flemish Theater in Brussels (KVS) on his own work. In 2006 Jozef and Linda Kapetanea formed RootlessRoot as a vehicle for their own productions, research and teaching (see below).

Together with Kapetanea Frucek is developing the research program of Fighting Μonkey – an applied methodology of martial arts in the education of dancers, actors and movement practitioners. They regularly give workshops at international festivals and in vocational schools.

From 2006 – 2011 both Frucek and Kapetanea were on the teaching faculty at the Athens State School for Dance. Since 2012 Frucek is member of the teaching personnel of the University Ludwik Solski State Drama School of Krakow in Poland.