Saturday, March 28th
RODIN & Croquis
Join us for an evening with the dance performance RODIN by Asterions Hus followed by a croquis drawing sessionwith the dancers Tilde Knudsen and Liv Mikaela Sanz
Time & Place
Saturday, March 28th from 17.00 to 19.15
Teatersalen, Teaterøen, William Wains Gade 11, 1432 Copenhagen, Denmark
Unfortunately the event has been cancelled.
About the event
Join us for an evening with the dance performance RODIN by Asterions Hus followed by a croquis drawing session with the dancers Tilde Knudsen and Liv Mikaela Sanz.
RODIN is a dance performance produced by Teater Asterions Hus. It is a sensual and expressive journey into the universe of master sculptor Auguste Rodin (1840-1917). From body to marble. From flesh to stone.
Two female dancers in an atelier exploring bodies, movements, light and physiognomic details, while a photographer observes and freezes what the audiences sees in projections on the wall.
We have been inspired by Rodin’s artistic process in creating this performance. With RODIN, a dance performance, we are trying to get a grasp of what Rodin saw, when he observed the human body. We approach the magic meeting between Rodin and his models, and as a viewer we get an impression of the unique connection between the two. We investigate some of Auguste Rodin’s world-famous works as ‘The Thinker’ and ‘The Kiss’ and we meet the perfection and the imperfect at the same time. His sketches and drawings have been exhibited in museums worldwide.
Now is the time to replicate Rodin's succes. See the performance inspired by his sculptures and draw the models / dancers from the performance. Please bring your own pen and paper.
17.00-18.15: Rodin – Dancing in Stone by Asterions Hus
Kl. 18.15-18.30: Break
Kl. 18.30-19.15: Croquis drawing
Price: It is free to participate in the croquis drawing session on presentation of ticket to the performance. Register via e-mail to producer Mikkel Søndergaard Kryger at email@example.com no later than Friday the 27th of March.
The café and bar will open before and after the event and in between the performance and drawing session.