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婴儿全感官创意装置舞蹈空间《云上的孩子》(主办)
演出类型:儿童剧
演出时间:2017 年 4 月 26 日-4月30日
演出票价:亲子套票(一大一小2张)520元,(只销售套票,不单独销售)
出品公司:无

婴儿全感官创意装置舞蹈空间

Immersive Installation/Dance Theatre for Babies

Co-created by Swedish and Chinese Artists

《云上的孩子》

Baby Space

 

3-18个月小不点及家庭

时长:50分钟(30分钟演出+20分钟空间探秘)

观众:12组家庭

 

演出日期:2017 年 4 月 26 日-4月30日

4月26/27/28日(周三/周四/周五,)一天3场,10:00,13:00,15:30

4月29/30日(周六/周日),一天4场,9:30,11:30,14:00,16:00

票价:亲子套票(一大一小2张)520元,(只销售套票,不单独销售)


演出地点:演艺厅


本场演出适合3—18月人群观看

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世界同步 中国高定

 

 

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国际儿童剧界权威代表争相目睹

高山流水在“自由行走”的婴儿空间

呵护中国宝贝乃至世界宝贝的全感官认知探索

 

用眼波架一道虹

示你以天空的浩瀚

用音符 串起星光

回应你咿呀欢畅

倚着妈妈臂弯

足蹈手舞

问候世界和伙伴

 

0岁小宝贝也能进剧场,是真的啊?!

是真的!就在中国首个婴儿剧场!

瑞典/塞尔维亚艺术家达丽娅,她是全球最专业的婴儿戏导演,首创了全感官创意装置舞蹈空间的概念,独特的造型,多维的内容,融视觉艺术、舞蹈、音乐、诗歌于一体,呼应婴儿敏感而无节制的探索力。其作品不仅云游各个国家,启发、呵护着世界各地最年幼观众的感官和好奇,更曾应邀与波兰、丹麦、日本等国艺术家合作创作契合当地观众和环境的定制版。《云上的孩子》是她和中国艺术家一起创造的作品,也是全中国首个献给3-18个月小婴儿的剧场体验。

钻进这个云一样纯净洁白、宁谧柔韧,独立于周遭环境的剧场,让人第一眼就联想到生命初始的温暖所在——子宫。充分的安全感,温柔地推动小宝贝们尽情探索,开怀回应。

头顶,纱幔轻拂;脚边,散落着大小形状各异的玩具棉垫;柔柔的光狡黠地滑过;温柔俏皮,清明澄静的乐音,带着淡淡的禅意,在空气中嬉戏流淌,逗引得宝贝们此起彼伏咿呀应和。

舞者,被亲子观众包围着,除却一身白衣,更像两个同样好奇的孩子——目光温柔而闪亮,气韵轻灵流淌,把“联结(怀胎)-分离(分娩)-再联结(依恋)”的亲子关系描摹得美如诗画。

每场仅限12对亲子观众,演员实时呼应现场每一个小宝贝的眼神、咿呀、手舞足蹈,实为高定中对高定,人人都是超级VIP。

 

创意团队

导演:达丽娅,婴儿剧场全球第一人瑞典跨界艺术家

音乐:肖瀛,旅法钢琴家/作曲家。法国高等国立音乐学院毕业。2013获得国家大剧院举办的青年作曲家计划一等奖《天边一朵云》与英国威尔士BBC交响乐团合作

编舞/舞蹈:囡囡,独立舞者/编舞/创作阶段生怀六甲。毕业于复旦大学的学霸。2005年开始独立舞者之路。

Baby Space

Immersive Installation/Dance Theatre for Babies

Ages: 3-18 month olds and their families?

Duration: 50 min (30 min performance + 20 min space exploration) Language: None

Audience Feedback

One of the specific things I was amazed with was that there were no shadows in the space itself.

——Mr. Asaya Fujita, president of ASSITEJ Japan and Vice President of ASSITEJ International

I was gradually relaxing trough both my baby’s experience and my own, and eventually found myself laying, with a strong feeling ‘like being deep in the ocean’, feeling ultimate safety.

——audience from the Japanese Mothers Association

About BABY SPACE

Co-created by Swedish and Chinese Artists?Choreographer, Concept and Space Design: DalijaAcinThelander Produced by the A.S.K.?Composer XIAO Ying

 

Baby Space is a specific installation with elements of performance and choreography for babies from three months to eighteen months and their parents. It offers participants a unique sensory experience through tactile, auditory and visual sensation, aiming at creating a natural environment where children and adults can feel safe and free.

The production concentrates on delivering multidisciplinary experience to a very young audience. It combines visual arts, dance, music and theatre. All the elements are carefully brought together to introduce the setting for exceptional artistic and social experience – stimulating the perception of the youngest encouraging interaction, sparking their curiosity and triggering exploration.

The installation space is visually isolated from its surroundings by a structure made out of a soft, elastic white fabric, marshmallow-like objects of a various size and shape scattering around inside for playing and enjoying.?It secures the conditions for the cherished moments of relaxation and gives memorable time to all.

Following the impressive and unique co-creation with the artists in Poland, Denmark and Serbia for custom-tailored spaces which have toured extensively around the world to rave review, the Chinese version of Baby Space will pamper and inspire one of the most populate very young in the world as the first one of its kind in China.

It features the original music by Xiao Ying, graduated from Conservatoire a Rayonnenent Regional de Paris. In 2013 his large-scale symphony The Cloud on the Wishful Side won the first prize of Young Composers Program organized by the National Centre for the Performing Arts, and was interpreted by BBC National Orchestra of Wales in 2014. With the concept and direction of Dalija, the choreography is inspired by the Chinese talented dancers/choreographers with motherhood and physic-psychotherapy background.