L'APRÈS-MIDI D'UNE LICORNE
What remains unique when a classic symbol is replaced by cliché-loaded banality? L'Après-midi d'une licorne searches for queerness and uniqueness in the image of a unicorn. With fragments from Nijinsky's The Afternoon of a Faun and the 16th century tapestries of La Dame à la Licorne, this dance performance is both a homage to and a refusal of traditional and heterosexual dance norms.
Concept, choreography, performance: Guy Marsan
Dramaturgy und artistic cooperation: Sarah Drain
Costume and set design: Ilona Klein
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|Location||Kampnagel - K4|
is a performer, dancer and choreographer. In 2016 he won the Choreography Prize of the KunstSalon in Cologne. In 2019 he was a scholarship holder in the dance department of the Academy of Cultural Education in NRW.