Frédéric Gies – Good girls go to heaven, bad girls go everywhere
Collective dance performance with Frédéric Gies, with only 8 tickets to this unique event + EXTRA SHOW 17/4
Good Girls Go To Heaven, Bad Girls Go Everywhere is a 3 hours and 38 minutes dance performance by Frédéric Gies, in a space infused with the beats of a techno set by Fiedel (not live) and filled with a floor installation by the visual artist Anton Stoianov, which evokes the archive of a dance floor, but with the light on. As Gies unfolds their dance, the performance becomes an invitation for individual and collective movements.
Concept and dance: Frédéric Gies / Music: Fiedel / Floor installation: Anton Stoianov / Production: Weld
Thanks to Paz Rojo
Good girls go to heaven, bad girls go everywhere has been presented at Weld (Stockholm – 2014 + 2016), La casa encendida – festival What can a body do? (Madrid), Skogen (Gothenburg), Stockholm University of the Arts (Stockholm), Malta Festival – exhibition Let’s dance! (Poznan), Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle (Warsaw), Festival Kondenz (Belgrade), Exhibition Dance of urgency at Q21 in collaboration with Impulstanz (Vienna)
Frédéric Gies is a dancer and choreographer based in Malmö. Approaching forms as possibilities rather than constraints, their dances weld forms seemingly foreign to each other (from ballet to club dances) and bring to the forefront the capacity of dance to speak without demonstrating anything. Their work is also tightly connected to techno.