• Phenomena


Georgia Vardarou


Phenomena are humanly provoked events, moments of tiny contents that surface, outbursts of statements, emptiness, reactions and enhancements of a narrative that is turbulently being shaped.

In Phenomena the Greek choreographer Georgia Vardarou focuses on the personal, individual movement. Three dancers make their own movement language and their own trail. The choreography seems to emerge sponta- neously. Conflict and harmony determine the storyline. The only boundaries are the theatrical space and the need to give meaning to the absurdity of movements.

Phenomena, the first group choreography created by Vardarou, is inspired by Hardcore Research on Dance (2012), a solo created around the origins of her personal way of movement.


Concept & choreography Georgia Vardarou

Creation Stav Yeini, Georgia Vardarou, Eun Kyung Lee

Dance Stav Yeini, Georgia Vardarou, Eleanor Campbell

Light design Salva Sanchis

Music Tyondai Braxton, Rubric Remix (Rework Philip Glass) & Beck, NYC:73-78 (Rework Philip Glass)

Coach Marc Vanruxt

Technique Stanislav Dobak

Distribution Hiros, www.hiros.be

Thanks to Griet Verstraelen & Filip Mattens

Coproduction STUK Kunstencentrum (Leuven), Jardin d’Europe (supported by the Culture Program of the European Union), Kunst/Werk (Antwerp)

In collaboration with Wp zimmer (Antwerp), Workspacebrussels & Ultima Vez (Brussels), Kunstencentrum Vooruit (Gent)

With the support of the Flemish Community