Photo by Andrzej Michałowski

Wedding To The Art

Premiere: 20/12/2016
Script, choreography and direction: Stefan Niedziałkowski
Costumes and make–up: Anna Kon
Music: Agnieszka Zdrojek-Suchodolska, Jaisalmer Merasi of Rajasthan represented by Merasi Indian NGO Lok Kala Sagar Sansthan in alliance with USA based Folk Arts Rajasthan, Fryderyk Chopin
Cast: Stefan Niedziałkowski, Małgorzata Zdrojek–Toniszewska, Junko Koma, Patrycja Pendrakowska
Performance dates: 01/06/2017, 20/12/2016

Program 2017
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Poster 2017
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It is a great and noteworthy moment when artists enter the stage in a theatre and they set foot into the temple of their art: hidden in their souls. The actors of silence need to become the creators but simultaneously they should become the work of art that they create. The actors want to reveal the fundamentals of the human inner world entangled in the uncovering of time and space and they do so by listening to their intuition. The music inspires and appears in their body as the transformations of thoughts and emotional experiences. The process of creation and the manner the artists show the states of silence, along with experiencing the most subtle transformation, causes the creator’s body to become the mirror reflecting the beauty of the art. In this performance we will see the following pictures: Rustling of the Time, The Inspiration, The Violoncello, The Quarrel, The Distorting Mirror, The Longing. Inconceivable are the experiences, sensations and feelings of an artist who's trying to reveal an image taken from invisible spaces. To find the reflection of the given image in oneself and retrieve it from the depth constitutes the craving of expressing the most secret truths existing in human's consciousness. In order to achieve it, he needs to go through a demanding process of artistic researches. Continuous battle with feebleness, experiencing complicated transformation, lost in chaos, uncertainties and fears intertwine with determination and the passion of creation. Everlasting revivals after falls and failures awaken the artist's intuition, leading him to looking for the aim. The man finds the sheer truth hidden in darkness, which enlightens artist's consciousness and through his body it becomes visible. Feeling every single experience, the Kreator becomes simultaneously the creator and the creation of mysterious power of the art—the eternal art. Stefan Niedziałkowski