국립극장 레퍼토리시즌 2014-2015
10.10(금)-11(토) 금 8시/토 3시
국립극장 | 해오름
안무 | 안애순
음악 | DJ소울스케이프
무대디자인 | 김종석
의상디자인 | 임선옥
영상디자인 | 염지혜
초연 | LG아트센터
출연 | 예효승 박소정 한상률 김동현 최민선 이정인 김호연 허효선 윤보애 도황주 김건중 권민찬 김지민 김민진
주최 | 국립현대무용단
입장권 | R 50,000원 S 30,000원 A 20,000원
예매 | 국립극장 02-2280-4114~6 www.ntok.go.kr
인터파크 1544-1555 www.ticketpark.com
예스24 1544-6399 ticket.yes24.com
옥션티켓 1566-1369 ticket.auction.co.kr
문의 | 국립현대무용단 02-3472-1420 www.kncdc.kr
Facebook | www.facebook.com/KNCDC
Twitter | twitter.com/KNCDC
National Theater ‘National Repertory Season 2014-2015’
Korea National Contemporary Dance Company
2014.10.10 – 11 Fri 8pm, Sat 3pm
National Theater of Korea, Main Hall ‘Hae’
Ticket | R 30,000won S 30,000won A 20,000won
Reservation | National Theater of Korea(NTOK), Interpark, Yes24, Auction Ticket
‘Bul-ssang’, standing on the borders of art, and of the past and the present,
creating harmony yet remaining aloof
# ‘Bul-ssang’ today belongs neither to the East nor the West
Buddha figures, the most representative symbolism and religious iconography of the East, are transformed and consumed, floating through different times and places from its place of origin. Through Buddhist images that we cannot identify either of the East or the West, ‘Bul-ssang’ reveals the cultural preference of modern society exposed to different cultures. The stage of ‘Bul-ssang’ constantly changes: many different images appear and disappear in a never-ending flow. The powerful movements of dancers, sound, and images collide with each other, presenting scenes in diverse ways, and tell us about our time in which we experience a continual and inexorable influx and change of culture.
# The face of Buddha figure looks like us!
The emotion of Bul-ssang which means ‘pity’ in Korean is shared today by penetrating the present and being sensed from body to body. ‘Bul-ssang’ is a phonetic notation of bulsang or a Buddha figure, a religious symbol, while it also emphasizes the fact that the Buddha figures represent our own faces in this world, rather than faces of God. The world-view of the sacred and the profane being one - though tenuous, unstable, and constantly changing, life itself is sacred - entirely embraces the diverse cultural phenomena unfolded on the stage and raises questions to us in modern society.
# Bul-ssang party! Live DJing, Installation works transformed by dancers
‘Bul-ssang’ presents the emotion and world-view of the East in a contemporary sense through the fusion of dance, music, and visual art. CHOI Jeong Hwa, a renowned installation artist, creates a great work of art with mundane materials such as plastic and vinyl, and brings to the stage unique aesthetics that blur the boundary of everyday life and art. DJ soulscape entertains the audience with hip-hop, lounge and soul music, triggering excitement by stimulating the dancers each other. What is more, costumes designed by IM Seonok and video works by YEOM Jihye mix and collide as a synergy effect, and create the scene of a spree on the stage, inviting the audience to the party filled with totally different senses.