Chrysanti Badeka – re-FLOW VR

Recontemporary / Lounge

7 July — 31 August 2021

Opening 7 July, 6:00 pm


Artistic Direction / Choreography: Chrysanti Badeka

re – FLOW VR
VR digital artist: Andrej Boleslavský
VR visual artist and digital creator: Constantine Nisidis
VR digital artist and sound programmer: Yannis Kranidiotis
VR sound designer: Lambros Pigounis

a project by COORPI with the support of the Compagnia di San Paolo Foundation as part of the “ORA! Contemporary culture productions “, MiC and SIAE as part of the” For Who Creates “program, CRT Foundation with the contribution of the Piedmont Region, TAP – Turin Performing Arts, Piemonte dal Vivo Foundation in collaboration with Seeyousound International Music Film Festival (Turin), Circolo del Design (Turin), Recontemporary (Turin), MØZ (Athens), FCTP – Torino Piemonte Film Commission, Augenblick (Genoa)

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Author biography

Chrysanthi Badeka is a choreographer, videographer, dancer, video editor, artistic director of MØZ and Project Manager of mAPs – Migrating Artists Project in Greece. After graduating in dance, she earned her M.F.A from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, focusing on choreography for the camera, with grants from the State Scholarship Foundation and NYU. Back in Greece, for 10 consecutive years, she dedicated herself to the promotion and development of videodance, co-directing AVDP – International Dance Film Festival (2010-2020). Since 2009 he has conducted over 35 videodance seminars in Greece and abroad. As a multidisciplinary artist, her research on dance and composition meet in a transmedia framework, which fuses the human body and its potential with new technologies.

COORPI was founded in 2002 with the aim of developing new ways of communicating with the territory and its inhabitants, through the plural languages ​​of dance and the body. Since 2011 it has been carrying out projects with a strong multimedia and interactive component, combining dance, video, social media, new technologies and developing cross-media expressive forms, at the service of a creative, physical and corporeal story.