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.
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”.
Where are the emotional states, life, breathing and affects of modern living stored?
New production by Urška Vohar, THREE bitches, TWO planets, ONE rocket, is a satirical collection of diverse excerpts from the industries of culture and entertainment. Inherent in reality on a precipitous slope.
Solo audio-visual performance deals with fractures, cracks and openings of contemporary medium - which is considered to be the multitude of interfaces between humans and machines.
Experimental audio-visual performance Sublimation Revision tackles technological integration of an individual in order to reflect on contemporary technologies and the mechanisms of contemporaneity that co-create and crucially mark our self-imaging.
In the performance ... And Call Me Antonia, the authors thematise through movement the figure of the female body in today’s pop culture, which is bereft of all personality and emotion and is represented only as an object of desire.
The performance explores the open territory between acting and life in the theatre, the no man’s land between personal and professional. With the mysterious text by Daniel Veronese, the ensemble of six performers, a director, two dramaturges and light, sound and space designers are opening the ambiguous space between performing and being, theatre and life.