A performance about children and their vulnerability in the world of adults and their right to control children, which almost always results in exploitation.

Choreography: Sasha Kukin
Music: Scottish post-rock band "Mogwai"
Costumes: Sergei Larionov

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An attempt to “dance” the Concerto for Two Violins in D Minor, BWV 1043. In order to somehow match the power and beauty of Bach’s composition, an approach was developed: the dancers almost never look at each other, orienting on indistinct outlines and on the sounds heard (breathing, steps, and the music itself).

Choreography: Sasha Kukin
Costumes: Sergei Larionov

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This work is about freedom in dance. In one sense, one wants to see dance as free, that is to say, natural, easy, and effortless. This is when addressing technique and execution. But there is another aspect to freedom in dance. It lies in the relative balance between chaos and order, improvisation and text.

Choreography: Sasha Kukin
Music: Steve Reich, Trent Reznor, and "Plaid"
Costumes: Irina Alekseeva

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A bench is primarily designed for resting. But it may also be found in stadiums, courts, churches, schools, and universities. There it is used for sports, education, legal practice, and religious purposes. In English, the "defendant’s bench" is called a "dock". A "dock" is also a landing area and a dead end. In shaping the performance, we kept these and other aspects of the bench in mind. We placed it at the center of our space, and it began to guide us. We present the final result of this process to the audience.

Concept and choreography: Sasha Kukin
Music: Fred Frith, "Can", John Zorn, "The Cloud Carpets" and Robert Wyatt
Costumes: Anna Yurchuk

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