MYTH, REALITY & VIRTUALITY: DISCOVERING CONNECTIONS BETWEEN
MELISSANI LAKE & IT’S MYTH WITH ART & TECHNOLOGY//
The Ionion Center for the Arts and Culture is happy to announce the concert Ionian Lapsus – Rituals of the dark and the light performed by Composer and Piano Soloist Matteo Ramon Arevalos, with video projections by artist Chiara Zenzani.
Date: Saturday, 6th August 2011
Piano: Matteo Ramon Arevalos
Video Projections: Chiara Zenzani.
Loutra Photos (2004), for piano
– Lento recitativo
– Allegro, Lento recitativo
Caretta Caretta, for piano and video projection (2011)
– Allegro (from the sea…..)
– Lento (spawning)
– Prestissimo volando (…..to the sea)
Vivo Marcia Fantasia (2001), for piano
– Vivo – Poco meno mosso – Meno mosso – Marcia Fantasia: Lento – Vivo – Poco meno mosso – Meno mosso – Lento
Nocturne 1996 (1996/2006), for piano
– Grave – Andantino – Maestoso – Andantino – Grave –
Looking in the dark there is always something (2011)
Video projection with original music for piano
Rituel (2010), for piano
– Alap (Lento)
– Jod (Moderato)
– Drut (Presto)
Workshops: July 5-8 [Tues-Fri]
Performance: July 9 [Sat]
Where: Ionian Center, Metaxata 28100, Island Kefalonia, Greece
Info: firstname.lastname@example.org | +30 69843 00009
United States based intermedia performance group DOUBLE VISION is teaming up with collaborative artists Ellen Smith Ahern and Lida Winfield to present a series of workshops, artist talks, and performances at the Ionian Center for the Arts and Culture. Participants will be immersed in the exploration of contemporary dance, movement, and experimental arts. After spending six days with DOUBLE VISION on the pristine Island Kefalonia, all involved will walk away refreshed and inspired.
The workshop includes:
– 6 DAYS STAY in double occupancy room
– Participation to the entire program (4-9 July, 2011)
– Certificate of Participation
– Free Participation to the Ionion Center for the Arts and Culture Open Programs
Tuesday, July 5, 2011: Artist Talk
Wednesday, July 6, 2011: Workshop in Improvisation
Thursday, July 7, 2011: Dance Master Class
Friday, July 8, 2011: Artist Talk or Open Rehearsal
Saturday, July 9, 2011: Evening performance
DOUBLE VISION Artist Talk. [Sean Clute and Pauline Jennings]
DOUBLE VISION will give an overview of their work while emphasizing collaboration, interaction, and the use of science and technology in the art-making process. Because DOUBLE VISION’s work incorporates diverse media including dance, painting, sculpture, video, music and omputer programming, the talk will be relevant and interesting for a diverse audience.
Master Class for Dancers, Storytellers, Poets and the Performing Artist [by Lida Winfeld]
Using improvisation, Lida will lead the group to explore ways of creating stories and movement. By sharing our stories through movement and narrative, participants will build bridges between each other and contribute to the growth of community. Creativity and an open mind is all that is needed to enjoy this workshop; all sizes and abilities welcome.
Contemporary Dance Master Class [by Pauline Jennings]
Students will be given the opportunity to learn works from the DOUBLE VISION dance repertoire directly from choreographer Pauline Jennings and company dancers. The class can be adjusted to suit beginner to advanced dance technique needs.
Duplexity is a contemporary dance solo inspired by the idea that a single message may be sent simultaneously in two directions.
The woods are deep is a dance duet rooted in images of moving water, hawks, deer, and humans in the map of an imaginary landscape.
Know Thyself (γνῶθι σεαυτόν) is a live animation in which interpretations of Greek mythology are improvised.
360 Euro per person [includes six days residency, workshops, performance] . Payable in the Center’s registered account or through our Paypal Account.
Double Vision’s website
Artist Paula Doepfner presented her Solo Exhibition and a Performance at the Ionion Center for the Arts and Culture between the 1st and 8th of April 2011.
In Paula’s words:
“The drawings I developed for my solo exhibition at Ionion Center for the Arts refer to the structure of Kefalonia’s landscape, especially to the movement of the sea. Also there is a connection between the reference to landscape and personal experience. The drawings reflect a study of nature, but they also embody the vicissitudes of inner states, feelings and wishes. In my work I try to capture and express the ephemerality of emotions. In correspondence to the drawings I built a large organic sculpture. I used natural materials that I found on the island to produce the object. Its shape are informed by my exploration of the landscape of Kefalonia.”