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INIRE

INIRE multimedia stage performances are realisations of audiovisual metaphors, based on digital rereading and re-writing of myths, as well as the deconstruction of archetypes and traditional texts. Inire’s stage productions are created with multiple sensory channels, combining interpenetrating levels of sound, images and words - generated by electronic and electroacoustic instruments - such as soundscapes, samplers, analog synthesizer, electric double bass as well as live video, singing, speaking or live writing.

Since their formation in 2001, they realised multiple audiovisual projects such as Hermetic Garden (2001), Septem Sermones ad Mortuos (2004),Traces (2007), Atalanta Fugiens (2009), Dante’s Songs (2010), Chopintimacy (2010), Re-membering re-called (2011) and Shipwreck score (2012).

Inire focus on postmodern philosophy, structures of myths and communication theory, using new media ways of expression. INIRE have presented their performances at various festivals, art reviews and galleries in France, Italy, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland. Inire consists of two artists, Krzysztof Pawlik and Malgorzata Dancewicz. Mémoire obsolète is a new performance prepared espacially for Kinetica Art Fair.

Participation supported by Adam Mickiewicz Instytut.