it will come later

Photographer credit: K. Machniewicz/ R. Siwek

it will come later is a work developed and created by the six international artists who form the 2018-2020 International Contemporary Dance Collective, iCoDaCo.

 

In the process, the collective examines the concept of transformation from political, physical, spatial and psychological views. At its core, six artists from five countries, different cultures, backgrounds and diverse practices create their first collective co-creation together.

The tiresome and never ending effort we put into minute moments.
The effort it takes to bring ideas together.
The effort it takes to push people away.
The effort it takes to push them even further.
the effort to push.
The energy, dedication and persistence we summon to fit in and behave in society.
The struggle we endure to be productive.
Every moment counts, every effort matters.
We lean towards the same thing we are being pushed away from.
We continue…
We find peace of mind within the familiar, we know what will come later.
Constant new beginnings.
We see the greater good, the common goal, maybe together we will get somewhere.

The project promotes values such as diversity, tolerance and communality whilst creating a fresh contemporary dance piece that is influenced by the eclectic artistic and personal heritage of each artist in the collective.

iCoDaCo also interrogates collective artistic practices as a microcosm to large scale unions, such as the European Union, through lenses of identity, nationality, individuality, power structures and productivity.

Makers - performers: Lee Brummer, Mui Cheuk-Yin, Eddie Ladd, Joseph Lee, Weronika Pelczyńska, Imre Vass
Dramaturgy: Gwyn Emberton & Israel Aloni
Composer: Gosheven
Set & Space Design: Simon Banham
Light design: Kathrine Sandys
Costume Design: Hanka Podraza
Dramaturgy: Gwyn Emberton & Israel Aloni
Composer: Gosheven
Set & Space Design: Simon Banham
Light design: Kathrine Sandys
Costume Design: Hanka Podraza

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