in her first independent project Mtilda would like to continue working on ordinary things and discover almost endless possibilities of metaphors that those things can offer
About Interface Fractures is a series of audiovisual explorations Luka Prinčič has been developing in collaboration with the Slovenian Cinematheque since 2013. The series’ cinema-sound episodes share the same method and format: an immersive situation in the darkness of the cinema, the use of digital and open source tools for generating image and sound, a dichotomy between fixed composition and improvisation in time, a tendency for abstraction out of which fragments of the concrete ari ...
"There is no mysticism here whatsoever, only materiality in the widest possible sense."
The Exquisite Corpse comprises two choreographic miniatures: Archive: Deep Spin Fryer Dryer by Sara Janašković and Groove by Jan Rozman. The research is part of Emanat’s young authors’ projects intended to researching stage language.
In his new creation A Play, Matija Ferlin continues to mine the inter-zone between the abstracted dancing body and the conventions of the theatrical.
Through songs with a distinct sonic environment the subject of love is treated with black humor and cynic melancholia.
In this performance we look at the gaps and proximities, between what is said and what is done.
Silicon is a metaphor for the cyberculture of contemporaneity, and in symbiosis with carbon, the basis for the biopolitics of technocapitalism.
This process-based hybrid performance offers a glimpse of the uniqueness of a seemingly fragile inner world of the individual who is wandering the complexities of the modern society in search of his centre, trying to find the long-lost “navel of the world”.