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Dance Well creations: "Elevated" by Jaro Viňarský

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PERFORMERS: Dance Well dancers
ASSISTANTS: Dance Well teaching team - Cécile Da Costa, Barbora Látalová, Hana Polanská, Markéta Perroud, Markéta Vacovská, Roman Zotov-Mikshin
SOUND DESIGN: Lukáš Kubičina
PRODUCTION: Katarína Morávek Ďuricová
GRAPHIC DESIGN: Kateřina Morgenstein
PRODUCER: Tanec Praha z.ú.
THANKS TO: Vepak, s.r.o.
WITH FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF: EU Creative Europe, MKČR, MHMP, Prague 3, SFK, Národní plán obnovy, Next Generation EU, IDU a PerformCzech
The event is organized in cooperation with the National Gallery Prague.

An enduring choreographic event celebrating the richness of human diversity.
Even amid profound challenges, certain abilities and possibilities persist in each of us. These can appear as sparks of creativity, flashes of emotional connection, or moments of clarity that defy the limitations we are forced to face. In the tapestry of human experience, it serves as a testament to our complex and multi-layered nature. They are a reminder that regardless of the extent of individual limitation, there is an innate capacity within us for expression, connection and unique forms of contribution to the variability of the world around us. That is why recognizing and nurturing them is so important. By focusing on them, we can cultivate an environment that allows their unique potential to be harnessed. 
Elevated is a metaphor for the human spirit's ability to overcome limitations and elevate itself to a state of resilient fragility. It emphasizes the positive and inspirational aspects of human existence. There are times when we feel like we've grown wings. Moments that we celebrate to foster a more inclusive and compassionate society that values the richness of human diversity.

During the rehearsals with the dancers of Dance Well, the performative installation Elevated+ was spontaneously added.

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union
or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor EACEA can be held responsible for them.

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