26. 2. / 18:00 / STUDIO ALTA
MICHAELA RAISOVÁ, JANA NOVORYTOVÁ
A performative preservation about the Inuit, researchers and many strange stories that make no sense? Once upon a lime, in the near proximity of the Rational Theatre in Prague, one Inuit man boarded a tram. We learn about them from newspaper clippings and a scientific research by too women who follow his intense journey through the word. At the places of the Inuit man’s appearance. Gathering of evidence material and artefacts and namely in development of a special language raised on smell. It is a truth universaly expected that the Inuit percieve and decore the world through smell. The researchers collect treasure and information and create a special moving language with which they present their research. In Partial Uncertainty, the authors explore by linguistics of movement = each word in the text has its own moveable equivalent. The arosen dance, smell, textual and sound map follows the travels of one Inuit through the word.
Warning: the researchers play with language and perception of reality.
Concept / directed by: Michaela Raisová
Choreography: Michaela Raisová, Jana Novorytová
Stage setting: Štěpán Hejzlar a Částečné znejistění
Music: Roman Zabelov
Light design: Štěpán Hejzlar
Production manager: Jana Novorytová
Performing: Michaela Raisová, Jana Novorytová, Štěpán Hejzlar
Premiere: 5. 11. 2017, divadlo DISK, Praha
Supported by: MK ČR, Studio ALTA, DAMU, Nadace život umělce, CreWcollective
50 min / in Czech with English subtitles