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Vilnius city dance theatre Low Air
Performance awarded with a prestigious Lithuanian theatre award Golden Stage Cross as the Best Dance Piece of 2016
Borisas Dauguvietis Earring award for both the successful research and development new stage forms connecting urban dance and theatre and for the pedagogical work which changes a face of Lithuanian contemporary dance (2016)
Award by Lithuanian Contemporary Dance Association Best Choreographic Work of of 2016
Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuanian national award for the Young Creators of 2016
Inspired by the author Julio Cortázar, Low Air presents an innovative live dance installation which connects both visual and performing arts.
The performance ‘Game Over’ revolves around game perspective, inviting audience to witness the collision of reality and dreams. Spectator feels as in particular situation, considers relationship with others and themselves. Subtle feelings interfere with fiction and magic, while becoming inevitable element of movement and sight.
Cortázar has this magical realism which inspired artists’ imaginations for a while. Writer's stories particularly vivid and they have become a map for motion and choreography, along with the possible storyline for the dreams and reality.
Production: Vilnius city dance theatre Low Air // Artistic advisor, Space and Costume design: Lauryna Liepaite // Music: Adas Gecevicius // Choreography: Laurynas Zakevicius and Airida Gudaite // Lighting design: Povilas Laurinaitis //
Production manager: Laurynas Zakevicius and Agne Tuskeviciute
Dancers (by alphabetic order): Airida Gudaite, Laurynas Zakevicius
"That was amazing - so much passion and sensitivity, and body virtuosity, and humor, and irony. It's like my dream about Rene Magritte paintings, computer games and rave parties all in one; Julio Cortázar is also here as promised." Dovzhenko Centre
"it was enjoyable spread of paradoxical dream images by the choreographers and dancers" 7md.lt, NR. 3 (1197)
"Aesthetic, exact, complete. The collective work perhaps is the secret recipe, in which images, sounds and movements constitute a harmonious unity" dance.lt
"No, it wasn’t just a contemporary dance performance.
It was some sort of Gaspar Noe film, some kind of cosmic combination of urban culture, performing arts, contemporary music performed live on stage, perfect bodies, sarcasm, suffocating minimalism, self-exploration and even piles of everything" Dovile Filmanaviciute, personal opinion
"Movement and music told stories and I didn’t need any words. Live music and a minimalistic style perfectly fitted into the set!" Unė Kaunaitė, personal opinion
"Go and enjoy, because this is a high pilotage by the way it catches. This is a game, let yourself to accept it" Marius Giedraitis, personal opinion
"“Game Over” was fascinated performance which caused many thoughts to the depths of the soul" Egle Aidetyte, personal opinion