Dance performance (Site Specific)
Choreographer Aira Naginevičiūtė
Composer Vladas Dieninis
Set design Arūnas Adomaitis
Dancers Greta Grinevičiūtė, Agnietė Lisičkinaitė, Sigita Juraškaitė, Mantas Černeckas, Telman Ragimov.
Duration: 50 min
Hour of the Wolf is a performance revolving around the theme of cyclic transmission of human experience, the relationship between old and new while in search of a harmonious relationship between individuals and the society.
The search of proximity, love and destined encounter becomes an important tool transferring experience. Human-to-human interaction is the most genuine and fragile affair that leaves footprints on the map of life.
Hour of the Wolf – is a time when the sleep is deepest, thoughts, feelings and visual surroundings blend together and wander between realities and made belief, it is when an open confession of the performance creators takes place.
The concept of the project is based on the idea of a site-specific artistic performance built on the relationship of movement and sound. The sound is generated in two ways: using the sounds natural to the specific site and creating the sounds/ music by movement of the dancers in the piece. The production is both an artistic and research project, based on the concept of musique concrète, which means that in addition to sounds derived from musical instruments or voices, it may use other sources of sound such as surrounding sounds or souds recorded from nature and instantly created by dancers.
The project researches the relations between fundamental arts (dance, music, sound, installation, sculpture), the science principles by which they abide and the possibilities to find new interdisciplinary approaches.