“It is better to travel well than to arrive”
– Buddha –
Vizve – A Dialogue with the World
Vizve’ is the Sanskrit translation for ‘Hey World’ meaning the world, the population and nature as a whole. In Vizve we travel through the coldest place on Earth (Vostok, Antarctica), the driest (Atacama, Chile), the hottest (Dallol, Ethiopia), and finally through the wettest place on Earth (Mawsynram, India). The piece is inspired by the vivid topic of global warming and the growing use of green energy. Ancient knowledge of the Veda’s is subtly processed in the work, showing another perspective on how the planet evolves through drastic changes of its climate and landscapes.
Concept & Choreography: Vraja Sundari Keilman and the dancers
To music by: Ravi Shankar, Yann Tiersen, Alva Noto, Krishna Das Bosch, Juana Molina, Armand Amar, Gustavo Santaolalla, Nitin Sawhney, Antony & The Johnsons.
Dancers: Ilaria Angelicchio, Isabel Bérénos, Guillermo Blinker, Aleksey Furdak, Annlydie Groenen, Vraja Sundari Keilman, Rasarani Keilman, Sarada Sarita Keilman, Sabina Perry, Ricardo Rus Da-Silva
Film: Pablo Larrea, Levina Tameris, Vraja Sundari Keilman, Krishna Das Bosch
Light Design: Eddy van de Weerd
Technical Producer: Krishna Das Bosch
Photography: Peter Vroon, Léon Richard, Pablo Larrea, Rasarani Keilman
Design: Vraja Sundari Keilman, Krishna Bosch
Art: Aleksey Furdak, Rasarani Keilman
Stage Design: Marut Keilman-Jorquera, Madeleine van Hoften
Sponsored by: Balletschool Marut Jorquera
Thanks to: Henk and Marut Keilman, Krishna Das Bosch, Balarama Bosch.