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Synopsis of Glimpse:
The solo was inspired by the book of Huxley , talks about the hell. What is the hell and where its starting actually ? Where are our boundaries that surround us that we make lines what is real and what is an utopia...How far we can run away from our realities or oblivion stories...Where and when we meet with our loneliness inbetween of the scary world full of politics, ugliness, dirtiness of the fake human relationships...Where is the pureness ? In which point and moment we enter to live our dreams ?
May be all are hidden in one of the glimpse of our dreams..
The Solo work ''glimpse '' by Cansu Ergin was performed as a premier At the 18th New Europe Dance Festival in Prague in 2018 may.
''Glimpse'' was created and performed at the gala evening after awarded in the festival of Jarmila Jerabkova Choreography Competition for the 3rd prize in 2017 November.
Dance & choreography: Cansu Ergin
Müzik: Mehmet Can Özer, Alper Maral, River Waltz
Thanks for support : The New Europe Festival, Pedro Prazeres, Lütfi Ünal, Tobav İzmir, Tufan, Mithat, Esra, Ayşe, Azize, Gözde, Argın, Deniz, Çiğdem, Ezgi, Asuman, Ayşenur, Begüm, Demet, Derin, Halil, Yaren
Costume: Gözde Şenkaya
(Re)union is an autonomous initiative of young international artists. Originally, emerged from a alumni reunion of Choreographic Creation, Dance Research and Training Program (PEPCC, Forum Dança) with a strong will to meet former colleagues and promote their works, seeking to understand what moves them currently. In 2016, the first reunion took place between 6 and 9 October at Espaço da Penha, Espaço Alkantara, Teatro da Voz/EIRA and public spaces in Lisbon with the support of Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and GDA Foundation.
(Re)union now expands its reach and welcomes emerging artist in the performing arts who are willing to contribute to a artist community via self-organized international activities.
The current projects of (Re)union are biannual performative arts meeting (Lisbon, 13-23 Sept 2018), international thematic residencies (in 2018; Istanbul, Faro, Ghent and Córdoba), a publication as a reflection of the artistic creation processes during PEPCC courses (2008-2017) and a website.