Tania Raman + Dbini Industries - Unattaching

Tania Råman + Dbini Industries (UK)

by tanja råman + dbini industries
choreography Tania Råman
with Ian Payne
sound / lighting / video John Collingswood
costumes Neil Davies
production supported by Coreo Cymru and Chapter (Walles)
National Debut

Martedì 22 Maggio 2012
9.00 p.m.
space > Fonderie Teatrali Limone / Large Hall

Pièce for two dancers‚ a musician and a video projection‚ originally commissioned by the choreographic center WID - Welsh Independent Dance in 2006‚ Unattaching explores our personal experiences: the desire for something outside‚ the despair and freedom you feel when a relationship ends.
The two dancers investigate the dynamics of the relationship through complex interactions with their own personal space‚ whether on stage or in the video‚ through an abstract physicality and with electronic music performed live.

Tanja Råman originally from Finland‚ she received her diploma in Dance Science at Laban in 2003 and graduated from the University of Cardiff in 2008. Since 2000‚ she has worked as a dancer in several companies including: Monika Koch Ensemble‚ Marie-Gabrielle Rotie‚ Sean Tuan John and Harnisch-Lacey Dance Theatre. She has been a guest at prestigious venues and events in the UK‚ including at The Royal Opera House‚ Southbank Centre‚ The Place Prize 2006‚ and British Dance Editions in 2008 and 2010. In 2007 and again in 2011‚ Tanja received the Creative Wales Awards from the Arts Council of Wales.
John Collingswood is a multidisciplinary artist who works with sound‚ video and visual design‚ applying his creativity to various performative contexts‚ collaborating with numerous artists including Marc Rees‚ Sean Tuan John‚ Cai Tomos‚ gaijin-san company‚ Deborah Light‚ Earthfall and Welsh Independent Dance.
Tanja Råman + dbini industries began their collaboration in 2005.
Currently the company is associated with Taliesin Arts Centre and the National Dance Company Wales. In addition‚ it is supported by Chapter Arts Centre‚ University of Wales Institute‚ Cardiff and the WID. Some projects have been supported by Wales Arts Council Wales.