Visual image (poster, flyer, social media) for the performance Cavalos Selvagens, a choreography by Bruno Alexandre.

“Cavalos Selvagens takes Nijinsky’s diary as a literary device and uses it to construct a fiction, resorting to the ideas of choreographic heritage, subversion and turmoil. The choreographic heritage bequeathed by Nijinsky is directly related with the Ballets Russes and the ideas of innovation, rupture and alienation, the links between visual and performing arts and a new attitude towards the dancer’s presence.”

Bruno Alexandre

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