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AURORA LUBOS

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Aurora Lubos

Objects, sound, video: Aurora Lubos
Music: Alex Catona

Witajcie / Welcome A show by the brilliant Polish performer and dancer Aurora Lubos. “I am interested in a human being who is safe, but unwilling to accept others who are fleeing war, conflict, oppression, death and hunger. I'm interested in the situation of conflict, danger and suffering. And what that well-fed, happy, Western European man would feel in such a place, and what he would feel towards people whose daily reality is a struggle for life,” says the performer.

So many people: infants, children, young men and women, couples, families, elderly and disabled people, representing every stage of life and every type of person that you might meet in your neighbourhood." (fragment of text, volunteer, refugee camp in Dobova, Slovenia). One of the elements of the spectacle is the documentation of the performance From the water, which took place on the beach in Sopot, in October last year on Refugee Solidarity Day. It was my comment on migrants dying at sea, bringing the images into our reality, Polish, tangible. To increase empathy in viewers, unresponsive observers.

Aurora Lubos (*1977) is an independent Polish artist and performer, connected with the city of Gdansk and the current British dance scene. She is the author of a number of strong and original solo productions looking at burning issues of the day, such as domestic violence. Aurora Lubos has worked with, among others, Dance Theatre Gdansk, Dada von Bzdülöw and the theatre group Zak Club. Since 2000 she has worked with the prestigious British group Vincent Dance Theatre, with which she has performed in the United States, Canada, Italy, Germany, Spain and Scotland. She has also worked with Avi Kaiser, Leszek Bzdyl, Melissa Monteros and Tatiana Baganova. She currently lives and works alternately in the Polish countryside and in Brighton in the UK. Her previous work includes the original solo productions Zanzibar, Unfinished, Knife, Horse and Stairs, Acts, Freedom); installations/performances (Act1, 4 Corners, Act for Two – Leftovers, Without Home); and her physical animations (the series Winter 2010).

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