Concept, choreography, performance: Viktor Černický
Lighting design: Zuzana Rezná
Dramaturgy: Lukás Karásek
Technical realization: Drahomir Stulir
Co-production: PONEC – dance venue
Photo: Vojtěch Brtnický
In collaboration with: PONEC – dance venue (CZ), Buran Teatr Brno (CZ), CNK Záhrada Banská Bystrica (SK), Théâtre De L’arsenal Val-de-Reuil (FR), CIRQUEON Praha (CZ), Alfréd ve dvore Theatre (CZ), Studio Alta and Festival Bazaar (CZ), Pôton Theatre (SK), Festival Kiosk (SK), CSC – Centro per la Scena Contemporanea Bassano del Grappa (IT)
Financially supported by: Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic and The City of Brno.
PLI has been awarded with the Audience Award and Total Award of the Czech Dance Platform 2019. Viktor Černický has received a nomination for concept and choreography in Dance and Movement Theatre category at Theatre News Award 2019.
On tour with Dancenet Sweden autumn 2021.
Welcome to PLI, an unpredictable and humorous performance balancing between madness and commitment.
Time: Wednesday, 17 November, 19.00
Tickets: 120kr (students and seniors – 80kr; children up to 16 – free entrance). Book your ticket here: billetto.se
PLI – A FINE BALANCE BETWEEN MADNESS AND COMMITMENT
An extremely devoted man and 22 conference chairs form thebasis of this intelligent and playful solo. PLI is an ingenious art performance which excels in its ability to surprise.
Viktor Černický is the multidisciplinary artist who, from the very beginning of his career, took the field of performing arts by storm. He has astonished the audience with his refreshing ideas and received number of awards for his unique style. Viktor Černický has been called both a visionary and a future hope for the performing arts.
PLI is Černický’s second piece, a nerve-wracking performance which turnes the conventions of performing upside down. One by one he stacks his chairs with tremendous patience and a little madness until they form magnificent fragments of architecture or imaginative sculptures.
Using the clever combination of a simple room and an abundance of chairs the performance has ability to be both minimalistic and grandiose at the same time.