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On Saturday November 23rd, Androniki Marathaki’s project was launched, for a long four-hour duration with Hijackers & Jacks weaving endlessly in circular orbits.
The actual goal was to fully coordinate themselves as a social unity and even for just a moment. Dressed simply, only in their underwear, the performers remain simple and almost naked within their own performance, each one walking in his own personal journey. Dancing within a canvas shaped with simple paper strips, they follow circular paths. Their resemblances are slightly distorted, highlighting thus the differences in the way they perceive themselves and their environment. Their tendency is common to all of us: a tendency for survival and preservation of life.
Androniki Marathaki after a two-week workshop, introduce us to the method she developed with her team in the research of the thematic "Love & Revolution" (2016-2018), completed and presented under the title “Hi Jack. Hijack! ”at the 5th Onassis Foundation's New Choreographers Festival (2018).
In collaboration with TAF / the art foundation, she invited us to the outcome of the workshop which stand out as the longest "piracy" she ever attempted, while also diminishing the physical distance between viewer-performer.
It was a version which turns more intimate, a charming "spy" of Dance, a call on how we perceive the relationship of the Art of Dance and its observation in relation to Life.
Hijackers & Jacks: Leda Dalla, Marina Kavvadia, Lia Carabella, Candi Karra, Angeliki Liberopou, Panayota Bika, Loukiani Papapadaki, Maria Papadopoulou, Elton Petris, Lila Savvoulidou, Constantinos Stavropoulos, Natalia Tounta, Marina Tsapekou, Maria Fakalou
Hijack Guide: Androniki Marathaki | Sound Design: Lambros Pigounis | Lighting Editor: Nysos Vassilopoulos | Production Partners: Delta-Pi | Graphic Design: Alexander Koxias
Coordination-Communication: Rallou Avramidou | Photo: kostisk | Video/edit: Alekos & Christos Bourelias
The audience can enter and exit throughout the action, choosing their viewing angle.
Day: Saturday, November 23, 2019 | Time: 19.00 - 23.00
Address: Normanou Street 5, Monastiraki
More info: facebook.com/love.and.revolution.2016I2018/
A few words for Hijack guide
Born in Athens,Androniki Marathaki studied Conservation of Arts and Antiquities, as well as Dance, in Greece. After receiving a grant from the National State Scholarship Foundation of Greece (IKY), she continued her studies abroad in MA level and since then evolved her own practice as research in choreography and dance making. In her work, she cultivates a necessity for a continuous update in the relation of dance, social mechanisms and perceptual potentialities, questioning even her own personal identity as dancer, dance maker and dance teacher.
Over the last years, she focuses on dance making and has received funding from various organizations to present the fourfold performances of the thematic “Love & Revolution” – “Anomaly of the least” (J.F. Kostopoulos Foundation, 2016), "Proseuxes/Praires" (2017), A masturdating (Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports, 2018), “Hi Jack.Hijack!” (5th Young Choreographers Festival/ Onassis Cultural Center, 2018)– and the twofold performances of the thematic “it's not about if you will love me tomorrow” – “it's not about if you will love me tomorrow_Part 1” (Greek Ministry of Culture , 2019), “it's not about if you will love me tomorrow_Part 2” (Athens & Epidaurus Festival 2019).
Engaged in research themes for long periods of time, she collaborates with the artists Lambros Pigounis, Nysos Vasilopoulos, Filippos Vasileiou, Vitoria Kotsalou, as well as with a standard group of performers. Her recent performances elaborate through movement-scapes and flows of movement in an effort to allow the indications of humanity and nature to appear, while she uses triviality and fractals as expanding symmetries of Dance and Life.
Informed by the above, she establishes her personal practice for dance improvisation, collaborates with the theater director Konstantinos Ntellas and holds workshops for children, adults and mixed groups of professional and non-professional dancers. As an educator for the program “Dancing to Connect,” she is a close associate of Onassis Cultural Center.
Motto: “Dance is not a medium to express something. Dance can be present or not present.”
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