NÚCLEO CINEMATOGRÁFICO DE DANÇA

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BLOW UP [vol.2] Lado A

[Você não pode construir uma árvore de volta a  partir de fumaça e cinzas]

It is an attempt to enter the silence and inhabit it, but suddenly it becomes too noisy, almost unbearable ... Progressive decomposition of an explosion. Transmute, transfuse, transfer, transfigure. A continuous metamorphosis. And as more far you go, more diluted is movement and time. But time must not be thought as a successive act of "becoming," but as a regressive "letting go". Energy changes with every transformation and can not be created or eliminated. Time, however, is not continuous, homogeneous, and isolated from matter, but entropic, tending to its own degradation. "Time will die with time. There will be no more time."

Direction: Mariana Sucupira and Maristela Estrela/ Creation and performance: Clara Gouvêa, Daniel Kairoz, Ilana Elkis, Juliana Gennari, Mariana Sucupira, Maristela Estrela and Martina Sarantopoulos/ Costumes: Fause Haten/ Light design: André Boll/ Sound: Núcleo Cinematográfico de Dança and Felipe Ribeiro/ Stage Design: Núcleo Cinematográfico de Dança and Luciano Bussab/ Provocadores: Maria Tendlau and Graziela Kunsch/ Body coach: Alex Ratton and Eduardo Fukushima/ Producer: Jaqueline Vasconcellos - Conexão Zat

Producer assistent: Thaís Rossi and Tetembua Dandara/ Photos: Daniel Carvalho and Laura Wrona/ Video: Osmar Zampieri

 

 

Premiere: Terreyro Coreógrafico - São Paulo - 2015

support: Programa Municipal de Fomento à Dança.

 

BLOW UP [vol.2] Lado B

[Tudo é desastre]

How to preserve the ability to be affected? An explosion of fragments of images, debris of dances, objects and sounds. A “smoke-score" dissipates ... We continue with a "self-sacrifice": the performer must destroy a personal object and at the same time be destroyed by it as the effort increases. Explosions are contained within the skin. Everything is disaster. Colored particles of water explode on bodies that are placed on a game board. Shattered pieces of choreography that still resist in the body. Is it still possible to explode? Encourage yourself to made your own failure. We persist in a mass of bodies in constant metamorphosis creating entropy and producing disorder. Finally the exhausted bodies try to resist, in a single image, in a manifestation (of the) useless. What remains of the explosion is nothing. At the limit of annihilation there is still the strength to desire strength, the will.

Direction: Mariana Sucupira and Maristela Estrela/ Creation and performance: Bruno Kurru, Carolina Nóbrega, Clara Gouvêa, Fause Haten, Ilana Elkis, Juliana Gennari, Leonardo Crochik, Les Commediens Tropicales, Mariana Sucupira, Marília Coelho, Maristela Estrela and Martina Sarantopoulos/ Costumes: Fause Haten/ Light design: André Boll/ Sound: Núcleo Cinematográfico de Dança and Felipe Ribeiro/ Stage Design: Núcleo Cinematográfico de Dança and Luciano Bussab/ Provocadores: Maria Tendlau and Graziela Kunsch/ Body coach: Alex Ratton and Eduardo Fukushima/ Producer: Jaqueline Vasconcellos - Conexão Zat

Producer assistent: Thaís Rossi and Tetembua Dandara/ Photos: Daniel Carvalho and Laura Wrona/ Video: Osmar Zampieri

 

 

 

Premiere: CineArt Palácio - São Paulo - 2015

support: Programa Municipal de Fomento à Dança.

 

BLOW UP [vol.1] 

It is a manifestation of urgency. An urgency of the present. Through it we got into combat. The body wants to insist, intensify, manufacture, collect, expand, tear, destroy, rebuild. The body wants to move inappropriate, out of place. This body we have left is raw and incongruous matter that longs to explode. Because what the body can do now is to repeat, to repeat the detail, to repeat the great, in fragility and strength. To repeat on the bone, on the skin, on the neurons. To accumulate the movements, to repeat again, to repeat one more time, to repeat without interruption. Accelerate the movement, accelerate more. Body pressed, press the other. Rough. It insists. Because what the body can do now is to repeat. Repeat until you lose the shape, in the form of a shock in the body of the other, on the ground, in the air. Repeat to think, mock, parody, fail. Because what the body can do now is to repeat. Repeat to transform until it disintegrates, disappears. To resist.

Direction: Mariana Sucupira and Maristela Estrela/ Creation and performance: Ilana Elkis, Juliana Gennari, Mariana Sucupira and Maristela Estrela/ Performer stand-by: Martina Sarantopoulos/ Costume: Maristela Estrela/ Light design: André Boll/ Sound: Felipe Ribeiro/ Stage Design: Núcleo Cinematográfico de Dança and Luciano Bussab/  Body coach: Alex Ratton and Eduardo Fukushima/ Producer: Jaqueline Vasconcellos - Conexão Zat / Photos: Vitor Vieira/ Video: Osmar Zampieri and Daniel Lins

 

 

Premiere: Casa do Povo - São Paulo - 2014

Prêmio FUNARTE / Klauss Vianna

 

DESCABIDO

What do you do when you feel out of place? When your body seems misfit?
Two women use a shelf as a climbing platform, trying to frame their bodies in it. The movement creates a non-gravitational dimension, giving the impression that the floor is on the wall/shelf, causing a cinematographic effect.

Direction and performance: Mariana Sucupira and Maristela Estrela/ Performers stand-by: Ilana Elkis and Juliana Gennari/ Shelf design: Luciano Bussab/ Sound: Ramiro Murillo/ Photos: Juliana Gennari, Tika Tiritilli and Vitor Vieira/ Video: Osmar Zampieri

 

 

Premiere: Galeria Baró - São Paulo - 2011

support: Programa Municipal de Fomento à Dança

 

2 ou 3 coisas que eu sei dele

A solo that approaches to a literary essay. A dance-essay. There are two or three thoughts of the body about cinema, about Jean-Luc Godard, about the dance that presents itself or that could be presented. Three chapters that intersects themselves. Edited by the light frames that edit the choreography. By the soundtrack. The dance is constructed and is destroyed by the intervention of the word: written, spoken, heard, seen. Narrative fragments, intertextualities, quotations, poetic inflections and plagiarism.

Choreography and performance: Mariana Sucupira/ Choreographic and dramaturgic coach: Maristela Estrela/ Costume: Maristela Estrela/ Light Design:  André Boll/ Stage Design: Mariana Sucupira and Silvia Noronha/ Sound:  Felipe Ribeiro/ Producer: Marina Duarte/ Photos: Tika Tiritilli/ Video: Osmar Zampieri

 

 

Premiere: Galpão Arthur Neto - Mogi das Cruzes - 2012

support: PROAC - 2011

 

BE ABOUT TO

In the form of an occupation, the performance is performed especially in old houses, sometimes unoccupied or abandoned. It is an invitation to the experience of the sensitive and synesthetic relations between the body in these spaces and their organic and architectural elements. Spaces where time seems to be in suspension.

Direction: Mariana Sucupira and Maristela Estrela/ Creation and  performance: Carolina Nóbrega, Clara Gouvêa, Ilana Elkis, Juliana Gennari, Mariana Sucupira and Maristela Estrela/ Costume: Maristela Estrela/ Sound (remix): Mariana Sucupira/ Producer: Mariana Sucupira/ Photos: Tika Tiritilli/ Videos: Mariana Sucupira and Juliana Gennari

 

Premiere: Casa SESC IPIRANGA - São Paulo - 2014

 

BLOW UP

[VOL. 2]

SIDE A / SIDE B

MASSA

"The distribution of mass is balanced around the center of mass and the average of the weighted position coordinates of the distributed mass defines its coordinates. It is a hypothetical point where entire mass of an object may be assumed to be concentrated to visualise its motion. In other words, the center of mass is the particle equivalent of a given object for application of Newton's laws of motion. In the case of a single rigid body, the center of mass is fixed in relation to the body, and if the body has uniform density. The center of mass may be located outside the physical body. In the case of a distribution of separate bodies the center of mass may not correspond to the position of any individual member of the system."

Direction: Mariana Sucupira and Maristela Estrela/ Performance: Clara Gouvêa, Ilana Elkis, Juliana Gennari, Mariana Sucupira, Maristela Estrela, Martina Srantopoulos and other collaborators/ Photos and videos: 

Daniel Lins.

Premiere: Avenida Paulista - São Paulo - 2014

Prêmio FUNARTE / Klauss Vianna

 

RESISTÊNCIA

How long a body can resist in a single image?

Direction: Mariana Sucupira and Maristela Estrela/ Performance: Clara Gouvêa, Ilana Elkis, Juliana Gennari, Mariana Sucupira, Maristela Estrela, Martina Srantopoulos and invited collaborators/  Photos and videos: 

Daniel Lins and Vitor Vieira

Premiere: Avenida Paulista - São Paulo - 2014

Prêmio FUNARTE / Klauss Vianna

 

IN DARK TREES: EXIT 

Go outside. Listen to the outside. You have to go into this dense and almost lightless space to amble together. And to stay a bit more with the images, to extract from them other meanings beyond of those immediately given. Holding hands. Lose the boundaries of space and of the own body in this twilight. A vibratory oscillation between bodies that resonate in dissolution. To follow in the dark you also have to open to the listening, as if crossing a thick forest. Sounds are like a possible guide to glimpse a path between the branches. In Dark Trees. To grope. And understand that darkness is just the passage. A transit between disaster and restoration.

Direction and performance: Mariana Sucupira and Maristela Estrela

Sound artist: Marcus Beuter