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08 - 28/06/2015

Hello, Stranger! / photo: Maciej Zakrzewski
GalleryHello, Stranger! / photo: Maciej Zakrzewski
  • Hello, Stranger!
    Paweł Malicki

    40 minutes

    The show revolves around the notion of otherness. As Father Józef Tischner wrote: “The Other has his ‘inner life’, his ‘depth’. In his ‘depth’ he is an inexhaustible ‘fullness’, an ‘overflowing wealth’. But depth simultaneously shows up and hides. / I have to ‘open’ myself to the very otherness of the Other, ‘annihilating’ my own otherness. (...) Such a change is nothing more than a consistent change of perspective – from mine to his”. The show is addressed to adult audience.

    Hello. And goodbye
    Paweł Malicki

    15 minutes

    “In Michelangelo’s the Creation of Adam God gives Adam the spark of life (...). The painting’s entire meaning (...) was captured in two monumental bodies, reaching towards each other whose fingers nearly touch. There is a millimetre gap between them. In this vacuum there’s life. The painting’s grandeur and richness of detail are only a framework, a shell which is to stress even more this minimal emptiness, this empty spot which encompasses all”. (John Ajvide Lindqvist, Let the right one in)

    One ticket for two shows. Also available at: bilety.ptt-poznan.pl and at impresario office - Polish Dance Theatre (ul. Kozia 4).

  • Paweł Malicki

    Dacer, techer, choreographer. Works for Polish Dance Theatre. Director of many theatrical pieces.

  • Hello, Stranger!

    Movement: Paweł Malicki

    Music: Alva Noto, Marino Marini, Nicola Porpora (wyk. Cecilia Bartoli), Grimes, Rebekah del Rio, G. F. Händel, Mukat Edits, Go Koyashiki, Bartosz Dziadosz


    Hello. And goodbye.

    Movement and dance: Paweł Malicki

    Music: AGF, The Bug, Ryoji Ikeda & Dumb Type, Tim Hecker, W. A. Mozart