21:00 20′ | When It Turns Red – Evie Demetriou
Does being constantly busy or declaring we are constantly busy symbolizes something? Is ‘being busy’ related to our self-worth? Is it a status symbol? Playing with both abstraction and narration the new work of Evie Demetriou questions the consequences of being busy on the body and the self.
Evie studied dance at the Laban Centre in London and with scholarship at Limon Institute in New York. She is a 2004 Danceweb scholarship recipient and a travel grant recipient from Ε-motional Bodies & Cities 2011 . She was an invited artist at the European Programme Act Your Age 2012-2014.
Central to her choreographic work is the role of the person in society. In the process of the work she devotes time for exploration, following a path of inquiry to the unknown. Her choreographic work has been invited in international festivals in Italy, Latvia, Romania, Sweden, Germany, Kenya, Egypt, Ireland, Turkey, Italy, Holland, Croatia and Greece.
Choreography/ Performance: Evie Demetriou
Advisor: Tabea Martin
Styling: Kristia Michaelidou
Photography: Michael Papamichael
Production: En drasi 2017
Thanks tο: Emily Papaloizou, Louiza Papaloizou, Antis Iakovou
Supported by Dance House Lemesos