Large Image Keren Cytter (Poster for D.I.E. Now) – Keren Cytter – onestar press
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Keren Cytter, Large Image Keren Cytter (Poster for D.I.E. Now)
Published 2010

Technique: Digital print on 115 gsm Magistra Blueback poster paper
Format: 4 x 3 m / 157 x 118 inches in 6 pieces
Edition size: 8 copies accompanied by a certificate signed and numbered by the artist

Poster designed for Dance In Europe Now by Keren Cytter.

Dance International Europe Now is a dance theatre group formed in 2008 by artist Keren Cytter. The evolving ensemble is composed of an increasingly intricate inter-play of theatrical genres and visual mediums. In this way D.I.E. NOW should be thought of as a ghetto.
Blurring boundaries between dance, spoken text, scenario, mime and even video, the diversity of its methodology is matched by the variety of nationalities and artistic practises from which its members are drawn. Gathering inspiration from forerunners in all the fields of live entertainment:
Diversity, Yvonne Rainer, Pina Bausch, Samuel Beckett, Disney on Ice, Sascha Waltz, Bat-Sheva dance group, Michael Jackson, the dark world of Nang Yai or the exotic rhythms of Lambada, D.I.E NOW is a uniquely explosive dramatic experience, not without its subtleties.

With a reflexive glance D.I.E. NOW tests the borders between theatrical ceremony and performance art and willfully obscures performer-audience relations, whilst breathing vitality into hackneyed forms with mesmerizing sincerity.
Amalgamation and economy, wit and unbearable grace characterize D.I.E NOW’s contribution to a new era of performance art.