Concept, Performance and Directed by S. Daubnerová, choreography S. Vlčeková, dramaturgy and technical support P. Graus, light design S. Šmálik, lights J. Ptačin, sound B. Adamčík.
Solo movement-visual performance inspired by the works of the photographer Francesca Woodman and by the feeling of impermanence evoked by photography. Francesca Woodman (1958 – 1981) was an American photographer known for her conceptual black and white photographs of herself. Woodman began to suffer from depression on the 80’s because of her work and a disturbed relationship. After an unsuccessful suicide attempt, she lived with her parents in Manhattan in New York City until she jumped out of a window of an East Side apartment.
The repeat performance was supported by the Slovak Arts Council.
Organized by Sláva Daubnerová