Kaos explores the limits of human need for harmony.
This choreographic performance is at once a composition and a decomposition, revealing the hidden beauty of things.
The company wishes to expose humanity’s endless struggle to create a lawful order of limits and collectivities amidst chaos. Biblical imagery, Adam and Eve, and a modern-day Babel come alive on stage. Everyday objects are transformed, acquiring different qualities.
The performers’ bodies try to rid themselves of any sense of tempo, music and rhythm. Disparate musical genres, ranging from traditional music to electronica are ingeniously harmonised.
As in all of Griffón's choreographic works, Kaos allows audiences to become part of the piece, thus offering a highly experiential performance.
Choreography: Ioanna Portolou
Dancers: Ioanna Apostolou, Cecil Mikroutsikou, Yiannis Nikolaidis, Elias Hadjigeorgiou
Music: Anthony Palaskas
Costume and set design: Ioanna Tsami
Lighting design: Tasos Palaioroutas
Assistant Choreographer:Rania Kapetanaki
Video documentation: Grigoris Panopoulos / makeyourownfilms
Production Manager: Manolis Sardis / PRO4
Production Manager Assistant: Christina Polychroniadou
Thanks to Haris Politopoulos
Co Produced by:Athens Festival and Griffón Dance Company