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29 april igen. Internationella dagen för dans.
Det här underbara danskollektivet DanceRemainings performance collaboration
intog Göteborgs centrum i flera timmar:



Det konstnärliga konceptet, under ledning av Jonny Berg & Sebastian Ruiz och Dance Remainings Company, var att uppleva staden ur ett kroppsligt perspektiv och att relatera till den urbana geografin genom dans.
Olika strukturer för improvisation ”instant choreographies” tillämpades på specifika platser som ett sätt att förflytta sig genom stadsdelarna.

Alla dansare bar munskydd. Danshändelsen gick att följa live:
https://www.facebook.com/2350365095232066/videos/214684826754207

Medverkande dansare och koreografer 2021 var:
Anna Emilsson, Annika Vestel, Britta Kangas, Erika Webe, Fanny Kivimäki, Freï von Fräähsen, Gustaf Jönsson, Hedda Parkkonen, Ina Dokmo, Jonne Covers, Linda Wardal, Mari Vittradotter, Maria Lindell, Minna Elif Wendin, Moa Sahlin, Nilla Björkman, Rannhvi Mebius Jormin, Robert Söderström, Sara Axelsson, Simon Kriisin, Veera Suvalo Grimberg, Ann Sehlstedt, och med dansstudenter från Balettakademin: Alice Ård, Cecilia Tiger, Hilda Krepper, Isabelle Abrahamsson, Lisa Eliasson, Lisa Simonsson, Maja Fock, Mimmie Klarén, Mohummed Diab och Naima Stenberg.


Årets internationella Dansens Dag-meddelande kommer från dansaren Friedemann VOGEL:

Everything starts with movement – an instinct we all have – and dance is movement refined to communicate. Much as flawless technique is important and impressive, it is ultimately what the dancer expresses inside the movement that is the essence. As dancers, we are constantly on the move, aspiring to create these unforgettable moments. Regardless of the dance genre, it’s what every dancer strives to achieve. So, when all of a sudden, we aren’t allowed to perform anymore, with theatres closed and festivals cancelled, our worlds come to a standstill. No physical contact. No shows. No audiences. Never in recent history has the dance community been so collectively challenged to stay motivated, to find our raison d’être. Yet, it is precisely when something precious has been taken away from us that we truly appreciate how vital it is what we do, and how much dance means to society at large. Dancers are often celebrated for their physical prowess, when in fact we are sustained even more by our mental strength. I believe it is this unique combination of physical and psychological agility that will help us overcome, to reinvent ourselves to keep dancing, and to keep inspiring.

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