Drip, splash, smack! A dancer moves through the space, followed by various colors of paint. Is dancing a form of drawing in the air? Is dancing drawing in the air?

KLeuR+

A dance performance for everyone from 2 years old
2+

Drip, splash, smack! A dancer moves through space, followed by various colors of paint. Is dancing a form of drawing in the air? The dancer creeps, rolls, and twirls on a paper floor, leaving behind colored traces in red, blue, yellow, and green.Gradually, a colorful painting comes to life, not just painted with brushes, but even more fun also with hands and fingers, and the whole body.

Is dancing drawing in the air? The physical way in which children draw inspired Gaia Gonnelli to make a connection between painting and drawing and dancing.

Choreographer Gaia Gonnelli:

“Dancing can be seen as a form of drawing – where the traces of the dancers remain invisible. To make the traces of the movement visible, the idea arose to combine dancing and painting. In form and content, ‘KLeuR+’ fits in with the experience of young children, where spontaneity and imagination play a central role.¨

Age and accessibility
+ The unique approach of DADODANS makes it fascinating for children of very different ages and developmental stages. Each child develops in their own way. DADODANS notices that children with a different kind of development often feel comfortable in the intimate setting and playful approach of DADODANS’ performances.All DADODANS’ dance performances are ‘language no problem’ with universal themes, making them very suitable for children (and caregivers) from and with various backgrounds and languages. – –





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It was hard for children and adults to stay seated, everyone wanted to dance, slide and paint along

Stad Wagingen Nieuws

The Dadodans company’s “Kleur+” (meaning “Color”) is also a performance without limitations for all audiences.

Tommasso Chimenti, Italy
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