Spring Forward

FLY! by Markéta Stránská & “bir şey” by Ekin Tunçeli

Opera Bar
Saturday 25 April, 2020 | 4:30pm–5:25pm


FLY!

FLY! by Markéta Stránská & “bir şey” by Ekin Tunçeli

How much does a narrowing support base influence our physical and mental stability? How do we explore a path that might be unusual, but possible? By changing our prevailing assumptions?

Markéta Stránská’s solo highlights the fact that every divergence offers enriching opportunities and unique physical and mental pathways. Every obstacle is an occasion to awaken our imagination. FLY! is a physical life experience with one leg, one prosthetic leg and two crutches.

Choreography and performance: Markéta Stránská
Music: Jan Kratochvíl
Lightning design: Zuzana Režná
Costume and stage design: Monika Urbášková
Creative process’ advisors: Lucia Kašiarová, Jean Gaudin; Karine Ponties
Production: Radmila Krásenská
Thanks to Lukáš Houdek, Sára Arnstein, Alexandra Hennig
Graphic design: Tomáš Bárta
Co-production:  Studio ALTA
Supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic, Nadace život umlce, Nadace Charty 77 – Konto Bariéry and city Hradec Králové.
Partners:  Centre for choreographic development SE.S.TA,  French Institute in Pragu, 
Drak Theatre and The International Institute of Figurative Theatre, Společenské centrum Trutnov UFFO and Centrum nezávislej Kultury Záhrada. 

Aerowaves artist profile: Markéta Stránská — FLY!


“bir şey”

FLY! by Markéta Stránská & “bir şey” by Ekin Tunçeli

In "bir şey" –which means “thing” in Turkish–, Ekin Tunçeli embraces an unknown situation with intuition at hand. The solo dives into the intricate relationship between mind and body, strained by the conflict between analytical mind –the one that dictates and interrogates– and the intuitive one –in contact with the senses and with time and space. Using this tension, Ekin unveils her body and voice’s inner journey. 

Choreography and performance: Ekin Tunçeli
Sound Design: Ekin Tunçeli
Lighting Design: Utku Kara

Aerowaves artist profile: Ekin Tunçeli — “bir şey”