“Aftermath” is the tempest of worlds envisioned by the people navigating through them. They desire common ground within the frailty of the worlds that are shifting while forming.
Title: ‘blue dot’
Director/Choreographer: Konstandina Efthimiadou
Choreographed & Performed by: Adries Sofi, Alva Dunne, Dalma Kitley, Davide Lafabiana, Dèbora Posada Sánchez, Elias Kraft, Elliot Minogue-Stone, Erika Filia, Gaeun Kim, Hyungjin Lee,Jeanne Procureur, Margaux Fievet, Maria Zhi Soriano, Matilde Giacomelli, Maxime Jeannerat, Miriam Budzáková, Ofer Dayani, Raul Aranha, Roland Géczy, Simon Chatelain, Simone Benini, Tereza Krejčová
Music composer: Panú
Duration: 30 minutes
A lie that everybody believes in, is no different than the truth. It has exactly the same consequences.
Fake news, virtual realities, false memories, artificial identities.
'I am whoever I claim to be'
Human beings moving in a white screen
Like coloured dots, millions of units
The 'blue dot' is a mark in space
The individual who dreams, hopes, fails, restarts, loves, seeks for truth, a meaning in the cosmic chaos
Pale Blue Dot is a photograph of planet Earth taken on February 14 1990, by the Voyager 1 space prob, from a record distance of about 6 billion kilometres, as part of that day’s Family Portrait series of images of the Solar System. In the photograph, Earth’s apparent size is less than a pixel; the planet appears as a tiny dot against the vastness of space, among bands of sunlight reflected by the camera.
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