6 DEGREES BELOW THE HORIZON

Excerpts from the music composed for the dance performance 6 Degrees Below the Horizon on a concept by Rena Konstantaki. 2011
A dance with shadows, shadows of others and shadows of ourselves, unknown parts. In maritime terminology, the term "6 degrees below the horizon" denotes the twilight. The sun appears 6 degrees below the horizon twice a day, in the dawn and in the sunset, in the beginning and in the end of the day. So, an intrinsic circularity characterizes the term "6 degrees below the horizon" which signifies the beginning and the end of a course, of a movement, of a journey or a process. Deterministically, the end leads to a new beginning and vice versa, every beginning comes after an end.

Concept: Rena Konstantaki. Choreography: Rena Konstantaki, Yumiko Yoshioka. Interpretation: Yumiko Yoshioka, Ruben Antoniano Villalobos. Music composition: Sofia Koubli. Costume Design: Adonis Volanakis Photography: Petros Koublis. Light Design: Nikos Vlassopoulos. Video Design: Louizos Aslanidis, Fanis Karagiorgos. Sound Design on Video: Anna Stereopoulou

 

TOGETHER
for Piano and Electronics | duration : 1.33

 

SHADOWS
for Electronics | duration : 1.16

6 DEGREES BELOW THE HORIZON
for Electronics and Strings | duration : 2.01