“ZERO ZERO” is part of a series of project we developed in the last 2 years that includes performances created for specific venues and re-worked for different locations always keeping the focus on entering in a deep dialogue with the spaces and the audience who inhabits them.
Like the other similar projects, “SUPERNOVA” and “CHRIST…FUCK!” the pieces are presented in Museums, theatres, street festivals, parks, farms, squares etc. with the intent of opening the dance and the performativity to a wider range of spectators.
ZERO ZERO has been created for the Rijksmuseum of Amsterdam in November 2013 and originally is articulated in 4 parts (gallery of Honor, contemporary room, elevator and Atrium) and the material has been created in order to dialogue with the atmosphere and the nature of each of the 4 spaces.
In the Gallery of Honor, for instance, the dance is dynamic but elegant and underlines the relationship between the past and the present, the poetic and the energetic, the importance of the details and the strength of big waves of movement.
RIJKS MUSEUM AMSTERDAM
Concept and choreography
Kim Hoogterp, Shay Partush, Svetlin Velchev, Michael Walti, Anni Kaila, Bryan Atmopawiro, Jos Daamen
CLANCARNAL/RIJKS MUSEUM AMSTERDAM
2nd november 2013, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam (NL)