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bees-R [bɪˈzɑː] focuses on the creation of dance and multi-genre productions with international relevance


The bunch of bodies creates a bubbling object, a living installation rolling through space, which grows, rests, stretches, breaks apart, and reunites like drops of mercury. Sometimes it is a structure, other times a tangle of individuals, and at times an unidentifiable creature that blurs the boundary between human and non-human. The meditativeness of quacking, the uplifting resonance of church choirs and whale echoes, the crescendo of minimal techno, and the fullness of silence intersect with urgent cries of ravens, which become a delayed musical score for a new dance.


The dance installation is woven from certain movement materials of the performance "Fettered to the Moment" originally created for the stage space. However, the matters are pushed further, fully utilizing their potential to draw the audience into an infinite metamorphosis in a universe where time flows in spirals, goes and returns transformed, building a very subtle, multi-layered, and highly kinesthetic experience that offers various perspectives. The media used are live bodies and video projection.

Concept and choreography: Jana Tereková

Dance and creation: Edita Antalová, Daniel Raček / Lukáš Zahy, Jana Tereková

Music: Stroon, Joseph Champagnon, Thomas Brinkmann

Costumes: Gabriela Paschová

Created on 18 May 2021 at Umelka - Museum of contemporary Art, Bratislava, Slovakia

FETTERED TO THE MOMENT (Out of the Black Box)

Dance installation

Run time : 42 minutes


(Out of the Black Box)


Dance installation

Run time : 42 minutes

Photos: Noro Knap

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