Polska Platforma Tańca
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Ramona Nagabczyńska

"New(Dis)Order"

Alternative culture. In other words – dance. Fashion. In other words – dance. Individuality. In other words – dance. The group. In other words – dance. New politics of the body. In other words – dance. The weapon. In other words – dance. Ecstasy. In other words – dance. Rhythm. In other words –dance. Ritual. In other words – dance. New order. In other words – dance. New chaos. In other words – dance. Dance. Dance. Dance.

choreography: Ramona Nagabczyńska (with dancers) light: Jan Cybis music: NEU!, Nisennenmondai, Ścianka, David Bowie performance: Izabela Chlewińska, Magdalena Jędra, Mariusz Raczyński partners: Fundacja Ciało/Umysł, Fundacja Burdąg, Komuna Warszawa realized thanks to scholarship from: Minstry of Culture and National Heritage

Ramona Nagabczyńska started her dance training at the National Ballet School of Warsaw after which she studied contemporary dance at the Hochschule fur Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Franfurt/Main and then at London Contemporary Dance School. After finishing her dance education she danced for Polish Dance Theatre (PL), Saju Hari (UK), Darkin Ensemble (UK), Tom Dale Company (UK), 30 Bird Productions (UK), Carrie Cracknell and Lucy Guerin (UK, Australia), Emma Martin (Ireland), David Wampach (France), Ula Sickle (Belgium/Canada), Marysia Stokłosa (Poland), Kaya Kołodziejczyk (Poland/Belgium), Good Girl Killer (Poland) and Clod Ensemble (UK) with whom she has been working since 2008. That year she also joined the international Universal Law of Impermanence (U/LOI) collective. Her first piece: “Man’s Best Friend” was created in 2009 in the frame of the Solo Projekt programme for young choreographers organized by Art Stations Foundation/Stary Browar in Poznań. Her later pieces include video installation “Turao/Dziw” (2010), “New (Dis)Order” (2012) and her most recent piece “Akumulacja© Trisha Brown”, which has been produced by Komuna Warszawa as part of the RE//MIX cycle.