• directed by Wojtek Klimczyk
  • choreography and performance: Dominika Knapik
  • compositon and live sound mixing: Aleksandra Gryka in collaboration with Marcin Strzelecki
  • costume: echooo.pl

Greek word dzoē means a simple thing – life common to all living creatures, bare life.

But what does bare life mean today?

Harakiri Farmers join forces with composer Aleksandra Gryka to create a dance solo inspired by Giorgio Agamben’s „Homo Sacer”. A solitary body moves in ambigous space co-created by the sounds the body produces in order to create an intimate, acoustic and kinetic portrait of bare life.

Realized with financial support of Institute for Music and Dance under „Agon. Program for compositional and choreographical commissions”

Premiere: 23.11.2012, Audio Art Festival, Bunkier Sztuki (Krakow)