I think you think I think about you when you think I think you think about me, and that’s so cool. And sometimes, I think I think you think about me while you think you think I think about you. Even that it’s so fucking cool.
MOONLIGHT is a choreographic project focused on poetic structures, a staged exploration of dispersed meanings, a malleable reality. This proposal rediscovers persistently established identities, unfolding and queering normativity. MOONLIGHT functions as a quick machinery of change and disruption. MOONLIGHT plays with Disney heritage, dislocating its known dispositions and understandings.
MOONLIGHT is a moon and its light. Centrifugal disruption, a punk symphony of the recognizable, magickly maneuver. MOONLIGHT is a dreaming filter, bodies at risk. The queering room, an intuitive architecture, Aurora, Snow White and Prince Erik are part of it.
Choreography and performance: Aleksandar Georgiev and Darío Bardam.
Dramaturgy: Nina Gojić.
Sound Design: Emilian Gatsov – Elbi.
Printed visuals: Nemanja Trajković.
Trailer: Gjorgji Despodov.
Photography: Sasho N. Alushevski.
Co-produced by: Lokomotiva – Centre for New Initiatives in Arts and Culture within the frame of the project “What is choreography?”, curated by Biljana Tanurovska – Kjulavkovski; and Garage – collective platform for independent artists within the frame of the project “Dissemination of Performances of Garage Collective 2015-2017”.
Supported by: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Macedonia, Municipality of Centar City of Skopje, Konstnärsnämnden – Swedish Art Grants Committee (International Exchange Grant), Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Bulgaria.