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The skein of Moebius

An interesting dance performance - theater, in which dancers are united by very particular elements.


The skein of Moebius, the work of choreographer Teresa Duggan, is performed by the company Duggandanza, and performed by only seven women. It is an interesting setting, where more than virtuosity in the performers we can see living paintings, paintings with unstructured movements, rather almost improvised. A wardrobe with many colors and different textures stands out, predominantly wool. Lights and music also play a very important role, thus creating an almost dreamy climate. Dances or movements have a contemporary base, but you can see a hint of indigenous, Japanese and even somewhat esoteric traces. They use skeins of wool, threads, ribbons, fabrics and even knitting needles; elements that incorporate them to dance with great naturalness and as a means to link with each other or dialogue with space.These women interpret different characters, such as a girl, a young woman, a woman or an old sorceress, but they are always united by a thread or wool. They can dance forward or backward, also from top, bottom, inside or out of a large white fabric. It is a mystical journey, a rite, or just a living painting. You can see it at CELCIT in Moreno 431, CABA, every Saturday at 8pm. Please note: tickets are unnumbered and can be booked online.

Publication Date: 15/06/2018

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By: laura 21 June, 2018

Amalia, muchas gracias por tus apreciaciones, Laura.

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