If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution is looking
for a mother and daughter to perform in a new duet by choreographer Eszter
Salamon, which is being developed alongside Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez research project on Delphine Seyrig.
Both the mother and daughter need to have experience in performance (be
it dance, theatre or film) and be confident with learning text for recital. The
text for the performance will be developed with Eszter Salamon through
interviews with the performers; so interested performers should be willing to
share their biography and interested in exploring performance through this
frame. The work will be performed in English. The mother and daughter should
also be over the age of 20, and each based somewhere in Europe.
The work will be developed with Eszter across a period of interviews,
conversations and rehearsals in 2018, and will be presented by If I Can’t Dance
in Amsterdam at the end of 2018, and at a number of other venues in Europe
across 2019. Exact dates and remuneration will be discussed with shortlisted
At present we are looking for expressions of interests from mothers and
daughters who would be interested to be considered for this role, and who would
be available to make a time to meet the artist at the end of January 2018.
If you are, please forward a brief introduction and a photo to Susan
Gibb at firstname.lastname@example.org
by 3 January
Please feel free to contact us if you have any other questions or
require further information about this opportunity.About Ezster SalamonEszter Salamon is an artist and performer who lives and works between Paris, Berlin and Brussels. Since 2001, she has been creating solo and group works that have been presented in performing arts venues and festivals throughout the world including Centre Pompidou, Centre Pompidou Metz, Festival dʼAutomne, Avignon Festival, Ruhrtriennale, Holland Festival, The Kitchen New York, HAU Berlin, Berlin Documentary Forum, Kunstenfestivaldesarts, Kaaitheater Brussels, Tanzquartier Wien, Kampnagel Hamburg, steirischer herbst, Dance Triennale Tokyo, Manchester International Festival, PACT Zollverein, Nanterre-Amandiers, FTA Montreal. She is frequently invited to present her work in museums, including MoMa, Witte de With, Fondation Cartier, Serralves, Museum der Moderne Salzburg, Akademie der Künste Berlin, Museo Reina Sofia. Her exhibition Eszter Salamon 1949 was presented in 2015 at Jeu de Paume as part of ›Satellite‹ curated by Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez.
Eszter Salamonʼs work revolves around choreography employed as a means of navigating between different media such as sound, text, voice, image, bodily movements and actions. In 2014, she started a series of works exploring both the notion of monument and the practice of speculating on history making.
Eszter Salamon is artist-in-residence at CN D, Pantin.