Falling Earth

Falling Earth observes a human being from afar. Thematically, the movements were created for three different soils with three different relations to the ground.

During the creative process standing upright became an important basis for the choreography.

In Falling Earth abstraction and concrete concepts merge.

Although the piece starts from an all-embracing starting point, it boils down to a relationship drama through the thematic of the day.



Working team (version 2010):


Choreography and concept:
Petri Kekoni

Composer:
Olli Koskelin

Lighting design:
Ilkka Paloniemi

Costume design: Monika Hartl

Production for 5 dancers( 3 female + 2 male) and string quartet
Dance:
Gabriela Aldana-Kekoni, Maija Kiviluoto, Pekka Louhio, Terhi Vaimala, Eero Vesterinen
Live music/ String quartet:
Avanti! / Peter Achrén, Christian Fagerström, Anna Huttunen, Hannu Vasara

Costume-maker: Maria Kallio

Stage design: Petri Kekoni

Set construction: Vesa Laakso

Production: Zodiak – Center for New Dance and  Petri Kekoni Company

Premiere: 1.2.2001 Pannuhalli, Cable Factory, Helsinki Finland

Revival premiere: 20.3.2010 Pannuhalli, Cable Factory

Duration: one hour

I like to see a human being as a part of nature. The starting point of this piece is the moment when life is yet adopting forms on Earth

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