Kor'sia - spain

Cul de Sac
Post-performance discussion August 16
“The first step might come some day. As far away as possible.” 
- Samuel Beckett, The Unnamable
Cul de Sac presents us with a community of strange beings confined within four walls, bound to a social pact and to unearthing the freedom in their hearts. Inspired by the universe of Juan Muñoz, the Spanish artist and winner of the prestigious Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas who passed away in 2001, Cul de Sac exports the sculptor’s imagination. Infusing Muñoz’s lead-gray, monochromatic figures with life, and imbuing the tensions between individuality and society suggested by his installations with movement, Cul de Sac references its conceptual universe: the physical and mental limits that constrain the desire for fulfillment shared by all human beings.
Kor’sia is a dance collective under the leadership of Spanish-based Italian choreographers Antonio de Rosa and Mattia Russo. The group was founded by young talented dancers coming from Spain’s Compañía Nacional de Danza de España (CND) with a need to use the body to communicate. They exude an inner urgency to exploit a language which transcends the limits of verbal communication. Their work incorporates elements from film, photography, literature, and sculpture as references for new forms of expression within a unique and often strange movement style. 
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