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"Caution: porcelain" LIVE PREMIERE

"Caution: porcelain" LIVE PREMIERE


Katarína Zagorski


Nová Cvernovka
Račianska 78
Bratislava, Slovakia 83102


Sunday, June 20, 2021 - 7:00pm



Katarína Zagorski

Caution: porcelain  (orig. Pozor, porcelán) - LIVE PREMIERE

After being postponed twice, the live dance performance “Caution: porcelain” will premiere at Nová Cvernovka on Sunday June 20th 2021 at 7pm. Katarína Zagorski’s independent dance production features Reona Sato, the soloist of the Ballet of the Slovak National Theatre, in her point shoes, outside of her home stage and in the specific conditions of Nová Cvernovka.

Katarína Zagorski’s performance “Caution: porcelain” combines contemporary dance, ballet, film, photography, porcelain and bubble wrap, and sets this to recordings of a cult Dublin band The Jimmy Cake. It is about a precious type of porcelain with specific attributes, lengthy production time and high demands on the environment in which it can fully display its beauty. In the performance the porcelain is Reona Sato, the soloist of the Ballet of the Slovak National Theatre.


Caution: porcelain

Concept and choreography: Katarína Zagorski

Performed by: Reona Sato & Katarína Zagorski

Music: The Jimmy Cake

Film and photography: Liza Nedayvoda

Bodypainting: Mya Javorková

Production: Katarína Zagorski

Duration: 50 min


TICKETS: https://goout.net/en/caution-porcelain/szovwir/


Produced in partnership with Nová Cvernovka
Supported in 2018 using public funding from the Slovak Arts Council

Thanks to:

Nová Cvernovka, Súkromná základná umelecká škola Talentina, Tanečný ateliér for the rehearsal space
Predajňa Sklo-Porcelán na Hlavnom námestí v Bratislave for permission to use the space for filming
The Jimmy Cake for permission to use the tracks The Opposite Of Addiction, Wir Schlafen Auf Dem Bodem, Ricky Sound, Elevenses & This Used To Be The Future

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