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Future Memory

 

2012

de Rani Nair

Creation 2012, Suède
Performance Rani Nair

"What you take, shall be lost to you - what you give, will remain yours forever”. The German choreographer Kurt Jooss created his last piece Dixit Dominus for the Indian dancer Lilavati. Rani Nair inherited this piece in 2003 after Lilavati's death by her husband. Since then, Rani has asked herself different questions: How can a piece created in the seventies be danced today? What does it mean to be responsible for a piece of dance history? She recently performed Future Memories at Dansstationen in Malmö and Lunds Konsthall in Lund, Sweden. This writing was first published in the Art Magazine Ful in 2010.

Nair, Rani

Translation in progress

Henriksso, Ylva

 

Future memory

Artistic direction / Conception : Rani Nair

Choreography : Rani Nair

Interpretation : Rani Nair

Artistic consultancy / Dramaturgy : Kate Elswit

Costumes : Amanda Wickman

Production / Coproduction of the choreographic work : Arts Council of Sweden, Arts grants committee, Carina Ari memorial foundation, residencies at Dansstationen, Cullberg ballet, The House of Dance Imprint

Duration : 60'

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