Mère Nature

Dance with her, reborn for ourselves.

Visueel van project Mère Nature
Geslaagd
26
Bijdragen
24/06/2018
Einddatum
€1.145
Voor €1.000
115 %

Mère Nature

<p><strong><u>About&nbsp;M&egrave;re Nature</u></strong></p><p>Anxiety, sorrow, tension and the fear of the unknown. Today people are live at a hectic pace. Negative emotions in modern society are devour us. The endless pursuit of entertainment and material satisfaction only provide temporary relief. Technology and modern comforts have disconnected from Mother Earth. Nature has tremendous healing and nurturing power - our attempt is to provide a cathartic with a performance of poetry, dance, and music based on an ancient concept of mother nature.&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong><u>The Mythology</u>&nbsp;&nbsp;</strong></p><p>This performance is in honor of goddess&nbsp;of&nbsp;agriculture, Demeter, whose daughter was abducted by the god of the underworld, Hades. In grief and anger, Demeter begins a&nbsp;journey seeking out her&nbsp;daughter&nbsp;Kore. As she&nbsp;leaves the Upper World, all the fruits and plants on earth begin to wither,&nbsp;people suffer famine.&nbsp;With&nbsp;the&nbsp;help of Zeus, she&nbsp;retrieves Kore, and with joy returns to Olympus. The return of Kore makes the grains grow&nbsp;again. Demeter and Kore now celebrate their reunion&nbsp;while human beings celebrate the rebirth of nature. However, Demeter discovers that Kore had eaten six pomegranate seeds, food of the underworld. This restricted her to stay in the underworld with Hades for two-thirds of the year before she could go back to her mother. This, according to Greek Mythology, is the creation of the seasons. &nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong><u>The Performance</u>&nbsp;</strong></p><p>At the start of the performance, Demosthenes Davvetas provides an overview of Greek philosophy and symbolisms which the audience can use as an explanation of the whole performance and its connection with Mother Nature.</p><p>Through the story of Demeter and Kore, our goal is to create an experience of ancient sounds and movements&nbsp; which immerse the audience in a primitive vibration. We reinterpret the ancient mythology with a contemporary touch comprising choreography, poetry and organic rhythm. We introduce the audience to the cycles of life and death, and leverage performing arts as a tool to explain a mythological ritual.</p><p>The audience experiences the&nbsp;different&nbsp;emotional&nbsp;states of the mother through powerful physical expressions along&nbsp;with&nbsp;the recitation of&nbsp;Greek poetry and&nbsp;vigorous&nbsp;drumming. Near the end of the performance, the audience will be invited to celebrate the joy of rebirth with the performers.&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong><u>The artists</u></strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Demosthenes Davvetas&nbsp; </strong></p><p><img width="100%" alt="" src="https://d3v4jsc54141g1.cloudfront.net/uploads/project_image/image/521765/ddav502-1527744360.jpg" /></p><p>The professor of philosophy at the IESA art &amp; culture, poet and visual artist. Demosthenes is the former collaborator of the newspaper Lib&eacute;ration and the magazines Art Forum, Parkett, ArtStudio, ArtPress, he was also a cultural advisor to the Greek government. He has published many booked related to renowned artists such as&nbsp;Marina Abramovic&nbsp;and Joseph Beuys.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Chia Hui Chen</strong></p><p><img width="100%" alt="" src="https://d3v4jsc54141g1.cloudfront.net/uploads/project_image/image/521766/_____2018-05-20_22.06.28-1527744711.png" /></p><p>After studying at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, she moved to Paris to continue exploring her&nbsp;passion&nbsp;for&nbsp;contemporary&nbsp;dance.&nbsp;From Ballet to Tai-Chi and Chinese folk dance, Chia Hui&rsquo;s expertise is diverse. She continues improving her academic training by attending workshops of organizations such as: Cloud Gate theatre (Taiwan); Hofesh Shechter Company (UK); and Trisha Brown Dance Company (US)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong><u>Who are we?</u></strong></p><p>We are four women who come from all over the world. We believe art has the power to sooth damaged souls.&nbsp;M&egrave;re Nature is our&nbsp;student&nbsp;art project. We hope we can create an&nbsp;unforgettable experience by bringing the story of Demeter back to life.</p><p>It is a small-scale project with big ambition. We have invited artists with&nbsp;different nationalities and cultural backgrounds as a demonstration that we all have a common understanding of Mother Nature.&nbsp;</p><p><img width="100%" alt="" src="https://d3v4jsc54141g1.cloudfront.net/uploads/project_image/image/521770/_____2018-05-29_13.58.35-1527746926.png" /></p><p><img width="100%" alt="" src="https://d3v4jsc54141g1.cloudfront.net/uploads/project_image/image/520864/_____2018-05-29_13.58.09-1527573587.png" /></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong><u>Where? When?</u></strong></p><p>The project will be held in 1 cit&eacute; Griset 75011, Paris. On the 3rd of July at 20:00.</p><p><img width="100%" alt="" src="https://d3v4jsc54141g1.cloudfront.net/uploads/project_image/image/520866/27497494_10156294405590572_854599813_n-1527574037.jpg" /></p>

Waar dient de collecte voor

<p><strong>This is a non-profit project . Donations will be used as funding for:<br />&nbsp;*Artists<br />*Decorations&nbsp;<br />*Costumes&nbsp;<br />*Posters and flyers<br />*Programing<br />*Food and drinks for the audience&nbsp;</strong></p><p><br /><strong>All funding will go to the EOS association. The preparations for the project have already begun. The day of the performance is the 3rd of July 2018 at 20:00, at 1 Cit&eacute; Griset 75011, Paris.</strong></p><p>&nbsp;</p>

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Bronze

€5

We thank you for your kind contribution!
  • 2 bijdragen

Silver

€10

Donors will receive a ticket for the performance and the reward for level 1.
  • 3 bijdragen

Gold

€20

Donors will receive a hand-made amulet, as well as the rewards for levels 1 and 2.
  • 8 bijdragen

Platinum

€50

Donors will receive a souvenir recording of the performance, along with the rewards for levels 1, 2, and 3.
  • 6 bijdragen

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