Day four of Ganz new festival...

Dear visitors, this is the program for the last day of Ganz new festival: 7pm ZAGREB GREEN FILM FEST @ MM centar 8pm ROBERTA MILEVOJ: FAMILIJA @ ZPC (Zagrebački plesni centar) 9.30pm ŽAK VALENTA: TRAVELOGUE @ Velika &TD 10.30pm Božić, Frljić, Kurspahić, Tomić & studenti ADU, radionica dijeljenja umjetničkih praksi – javna prezentacija @ SC sve po svuda Your Ganz free tickets are waiting for you at Theatre &TD Box Office from 11am till the start of the performance you wish to see. Follow our Facebook page and Facebook event, we will have updates there about the number of tickets left. Till Ganz in December, Your Ganz new...

Day three of Ganz new festival...

Dear visitors, this is the program for the third day of Ganz new festival: 4pm-7pm Alexander Roberts: Uloga kustosa u izvedbenim umjetnostima – Towards Accidents, Microbes and Invisible Star Light @ SEK 5.30pm-7pm ÁSRÚN MAGNÚSDÓTTIR, Narodni ples bez granica @ Galerija SC 7pm ZAGREB GREEN FILM FEST @ MM centar 8pm PABLO CASTILLA, NIKO HAFKENSCHEID I HEDVIG BIONG: SYDEN @ Polukružna &TD 9.30pm ANICA TOMIĆ & JELENA KOVAČIĆ: MAGIC EVENING @ Velika &TD 10.30pm ALEXANDER ROBERTS & ÁSRÚN MAGNÚSDÓTTIR: DANCEOKE @ Atrij &TD Your Ganz free tickets are waiting for you at Theatre &TD Box Office from 11am till the start of the performance you wish to see. Follow our Facebook page and Facebook event, we will have updates there about the number of tickets...

Day two of Ganz new festival...

Dear visitors, here is the program for the second day of Ganz new festival: 5-8pm IVA PERUČIĆ & MAJA SUBOTIĆ: Atrij je vrt je pozornica je atrij @ Atrij &TD 7pm ZAGREB GREEN FILM FEST @ MM centar 8pm PABLO CASTILLA, NIKO HAFKENSCHEID I HEDVIG BIONG: SYDEN @ Polukružna &TD 9:30pm (THE) LESSER MEN, koncertna promocija albuma @ Atrij &TD 11pm ALEXANDER ROBERTS & ÁSRÚN MAGNÚSDÓTTIR: DANCEOKE @ Atrij &TD Your Ganz free tickets are waiting for you at Theatre &TD Box Office from 11am till the start of the performance you wish to see. Follow our Facebook page and Facebook event, we will have updates there about the number of tickets left....

Kasni post-izvedbeni razgovori...

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Day one of Ganz new festival...

Dear everyone, this is Ganz new program for 21st of September: 5pm-8pm IVA PERUČIĆ & MAJA SUBOTIĆ: Atrij je vrt je pozornica je atrij @ Atrij &TD 8pm INGA HULD HÁKONARDÓTTIR & RÓSA ÓMARSDÓTTIR: THE VALLEY @ Velika &TD 9:30pm  IVAN PENOVIĆ: PRIJEĐANJE VUBLIKE 148 @ MM centar 10:30pm ALEXANDER ROBERTS & ÁSRÚN MAGNÚSDÓTTIR: DANCEOKE @ Atrij &TD Your Ganz free tickets are waiting for you at Theatre &TD Box Office from 11am till the start of the performance you wish to see. Follow our Facebook page and Facebook event, we will have updates there about the number of tickets...

Zbog kiše radionica počinje u četvrtak!...

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(The) Lesser Men poslušajte u petak na Ganzu!...

22. 9. u 21:30 @ Atrij &TD (The) Lesser Men bavi se složenostima svakodnevnoga životnoga iskustva, stvarima koje prolaze neprimijećene zbog nepopustljivoga mlina i sile repetitivnosti. Bend pokušava upotrijebiti, pa čak i eksploatirati, standardne pop konvencije, neznatno distorzirane, s okom kamere kao supočiniteljem. Projekt o kojem je riječ planiran je kao eksperiment konvencionalne performativne akcije. Drugim riječima, bend preuzima tradicionalnu, ne i konvencionalnu, koncertnu formu, rock smjelost i stav. Uznemirujuća i neprobavljiva mehanika Svakodnevnice hrana je (The) Lesser Mena. U muzičkom smislu, u kombinaciji s komponentom umjetničkoga videorada, (The) Lesser Men bave se političkim diskursom kroz retoriku eskapizma, zauzimajući tako beskrajne džepove neucrtanoga lingvističkoga prostora, koji se jednako brzo i otvaraju i zatvaraju. Muzička potraga postavljena je unutar sveosvajajuće, zapanjujuće gluposti popularne kulture u provincijalnim društvima kasnoga kapitalizma. To je, ustvari, razlog zašto (The) Lesser Men kao muzički kvartet ne nastanjuje duboko eksperimentalno, neucrtano audio i vizualno iskustvo nego je eksperimentalan dokle eksperimentalno ide. (The) Lesser Men četveročlani je bend iz Zagreba osnovan 2012. Čine ga Branko Skendžić (bubnjevi, udaraljke), Denis Brčić (bas gitara), Neven Svilar (gitara, vokal) i LesserManBasic (sintesajzer/klavijature, gitara, usna harmonika, vokal). Album Bedrooms snimaju 2016., a 2017. potpisuju za Geenger/Ammonite izdavačke kuće, za koje će izdati Bedrooms točno na dan koncertne promocije. + specijalni gost The Marshmallow...

How to get free Ganz tickets?...

You can pick up your free Ganz new tickets on the day of the performance of a particular program at Teatar &td Box Office, Savska cesta 25, from 11 a.m. till the start of the performance on a first come, first served basis! For Roberta Milevoj’s performance “Familija”, tickets can be picked up at Zagreb Dance Centre Box Office, Ilica 10, from 7pm till the start of the performance. You don’t need tickets for (The) Lesser Men concert and Danceoke — just show...

U četvrtak počinje 7. Ganz! Svi ste pozvani!...

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Saša Božić, Oliver Frljić, Miran Kurspahić i Anica Tomić (HR): TIME...

24th of September at 10.30pm @ SC all around Workshop Time is out of joint by Saša Božić, Oliver Frljić, Miran Kurspahić and Anica Tomić connects theatre directors affirmed within Theatre &TD with young ADU (Academy of Dramatic Arts) students. Every mentor has its part of the workshop within which (s)he works with the students. Oliver Frljić focuses on the Action of writing down antifascist poetry at the (ex) Marshal Tito Square and the affirmation of the culture of remembrance, Anica Tomić focuses on methodological ways of translating meaning from one media into another, Saša Božić focuses on the works by Oliver Frljić and Miran Kurspahić as pretext for a new performance and Miran Kurspahić focuses on a public performance on Marshal Tito Sqare as an act of artistic rebellion. Participants: Boris Barukčić, Ugo Korani, Iva Kraljević, Lejla Jerković, Rok Juričić, Rajna Rajcz, Veronika Mach, Vesna Mačković, Anja Mergeduš, Rok Olaf Pečečnik, Nikolina Rafaj, Iris Tomić, Espi Tomičić, Zvonka Škreblin, Hana Zrnčić Dim Financirano sredstvima europskog projekta apap – Performing Europe 2020, sufinancirano sredstvima programa Europske unije Kreativna Europa. U suradnji s Akademijom dramske umjetnosti Sveučilišta u Zagrebu. BIOGRAPHY Oliver Frljić mentored the Action of writing down antifascist poetry at the (ex) Marshal Tito Square on the 8th of September. Included poets were Ivan Goran Kovačić, Ljubica Ivošević Dimitrova, Branko Ćopić and Aco Šopov. The goal of the action was to affirm the culture of remembrance in the context of the galloping revisionism and the rise of fascist tendencies in the Croatian society. The action was inspired by the poem Everyone will write poetry by Branko Miljković. Anica Tomić asks: in what different ways do we approach to watching a given painting? How much our knowledge or the knowledge written into a painting does determine her...

ÁSRÚN MAGNÚSDÓTTIR (IS): Narodni ples bez granica...

23rd of September, 5.30-7pm @ SC GALLERY In this workshop, led by choreographer Ásrún Magnúsdóttir, together we will create a new “folk dance” without borders. It is a folk dance for every nation, every colour, every gender, etc. It is a folk dance to dance when in need, when fighting, when celebrating, or just when at home. The folk dance will be made by the participants of the workshop and Ásrún, who has been to many different places making many different folk dances with different people, nations and social groups. A manifesto will also be made. After the workshop, each participant will be certified to teach the folk dance to whomever they want to teach it to and of course dance it whenever needed. We will create a new symbol of unity: a Folk Dance Revolution. Financirano sredstvima europskog projekta apap – Performing Europe 2020, sufinancirano sredstvima programa Europske unije Kreativna...

Alexander Roberts (UK/IS) & Ásrún Magnúsdóttir (IS): Danceoke...

21st and 23rd of September at 10.30pm, 22nd of September at 11pm @ &TD Atrium Danceoke exists in different forms all over the world. From Stockholm to Tokyo to New York, where ever you go people can be found dancing in big groups in front of big screens to known dances captured on video. Back in their hometown Reykjavík, their danceoke club nights have become a big thing, attracting large crowds every month. Festival participants can get involved by simply turning up and starting to dance, they can make requests during the evening or in advance, request a solo or a duet… In Zagreb, artists and DJs Ásrún Magnúsdóttir and Alexander Roberts will DJ a danceoke set for three nights. The sets will be eclectic and draw inspiration from the queerest, poppiest dancing classics, to monumental moments of dance and performance art history, to locally inspired, obscure dancing gems. Expect a mash-up of Beyoncé, Yelle, Marina Abramović, Mary Poppins, and so on… This is everybody’s danceoke. BIOGRAPHY Alexander Roberts is a curator, creative producer and artist, based in Reykjavik, Iceland. Currently the Programme Director of the MFA in Performing Arts at the Iceland Academy of the Arts, he is also Co-Director of RDF and co-founder of A! International Performance Festival in Akureyri. Alongside his curatorial work – Alexander is a partner in a number of artistic collaborations – working closely on numerous activities with choreographer Àsrùn Magnúsdóttir, choreographer Katrín Gunnarsdóttir and performance making duo Dance for Me. Ásrún Magnúsdóttir is a choreographer, artist, performer and a DJ. She wants to stretch the dominant modes of dance and choreography. She created many works which have been well received (nominated for awards and awarded). She has made different works for both stage and site-specific. She’s often...

Alexander Roberts (UK/IS): Uloga kustosa u izvedbenim umjetnostima – Towards Accidents,...

23rd of September, 4pm to 7pm @ SEK Over the course of three hours – curator Alexander Roberts will introduce a series of metaphors that each – in their own terms – lay the conceptual foundations for thinking through the role of the curator within the performing arts today. Speaking concretely from his own experiences of working across a variety of platforms and initiatives in Iceland, those in attendance will also be invited to contribute to the discussion and localise the metaphors and lines of thinking to their own experiences and contexts. Financirano sredstvima europskog projekta apap – Performing Europe 2020, sufinancirano sredstvima programa Europske unije Kreativna Europa. U suradnji s Akademijom dramske umjetnosti Sveučilišta u Zagrebu....

Žak Valenta / TRAFIK Tranzicijsko-fikcijsko kazalište (HR): Travelogue...

24th of September at 21.30 @ &TD Big Hall Starting point of the project is the meeting of the performance team consisting of a young (Flego, Vrdoljak) and old performance couple (Sibila, Valenta). By putting together the two performing qualities and forces (youth versus experience) TRAVELOGUE opens many intriguing approaches to research dance heritage and mechanisms of memorizing, storing and predicting the future of the dance. The heritage, its importance and transfer to the new generations and the perception and reception, as opposed to their predecessors, is subjected to the processes of unlimited reinterpretation, recycling and transformations into a new choreography language. Activation of performativity lies in the possibility of rejecting the anti-interpretation, the mistakes in the interpretation and the difficulties with archiving dance as live art media. The work is inspired by Mak Dizdar’s poetry. As Mak said: ‘You know that the travel from you to me is not the same as the travel from me to you’. Autor: Žak Valenta Koautori i izvođači: Toni Flego, Iva Nerina Sibila, Žak Valenta, Eleonora Vrdoljak Glazba i zvuk: Dušan Maksimovski Vizualna oprema predstave: Lara Badurina, Dajana Jurman Osip Produkcija: Trafik 2017 Koproducent: Ganz novi festival Kulture promjene Studentskog centra u Zagrebu Projekt realiziran uz podršku: Grada Rijeke, Ministarstva kulture RH, Plesnog centra TALA Zagreb BIOGRAPHY Žak Branko Valenta was born in 1966. in Umag (HR). He is a solo dance artist, a dancer, performer, eurythmist, choreographer and theatre pedagogue. He is one of the founders and current artistic director of theatre group TRAFIK from Rijeka. He performs and choreographs for TRAFIK since 1998. TRAFIK is one of the first independent theatre groups in Croatia consisting of professional and schooled artist. I started with theatre at the age of 4 when I performed in the living room...

(The) Lesser Men(HR)...

22nd of September at 9.30pm @ &TD Atrium (The) Lesser Men deal with the intricacies of the basic everyday experience, things that go unnoticed just because of the unrelenting force and grind of the repetitive. The band tries to put to use, even exploit, standard pop concert conventions, just slightly distorted, the culprit being the eye of the camera. The project in question is planned as an experiment in conventional performative action. In other words, the band take on traditional, that’s not to say conventional concert form, certainly not the rock bravado and posturing. The disturbing and sickening mechanics of The Everyday is bread and butter of (The) Lesser Men. In musical terms, combined with the video art element of the set, (The) Lesser Men deal with the political discourse through the rhetorics of escapism, invading the infinite pockets of uncharted linguistic space that tend to shut down just as swift as they open. The musical search is set up within the all-conquering  mindboggling dumbness of popular culture in the provincial late-capitalist society. That in itself is the reason why (The) Lesser Men as a musical quartet doesn’t dwell in the deeply experimental, uncharted audio and visual experience, yet it is experimental as experimental goes. BIOGRAPHY (The) Lesser Men is a four-piece band from Zagreb formed in 2012. Members are Branko Skendžić (drums, percussion), Denis Brčić (bass guitar), Neven Svilar (guitars, vocal) and LesserManBasic (synthesizers/keyboards, guitars, harmonica, vocals). They will release the Bedrooms (Geenger/Ammonite Records) on the day of the concert promotion of the album. + special gues The Marshmallow...

Inga Huld Hákonardóttir and Rósa Ómarsdóttir (IS/BE): The Valley...

21st of September at 8pm @ &TD Big Hall The Valley is a place where man and machine have merged and the boundaries between lifeless bodies and animate machines have blurred. The Valley is a place of doubles. Where two become one, only to duplicate again, as it becomes unclear where one thing ends and another begins. What is a replica of which? Playing on the line of what is natural and what is artificial the performers use objects to make sounds and sounds to make movements as they question what is really in control. By dwelling in the ambiguous grey zone, in the valley of the uncanny, they bring to focus the double meaning of mechanical humans, artificial nature, organic machines and synthetic gardens. Koreografija i izvedba: Inga Huld Hákonardóttir & Rósa Ómarsdóttir Muzika: Sveinbjörn Thorarenssen Scenografija: Ragna Þórunn Ragnarsdóttir Rasvjeta: Michael Janssens Produkcija: Kunstenwerkplaats Pianofabriek U sklopu Flemish Artists’ Focus, uz potporu Flanders State of the Arts i Ministarstva kulture RH. Uz potporu: Kunstenwerkplaats Pianofabriek, Reykjavík Dance Festival, Tjarnabíó, Vooruit, BUDA, WpZimmer, WorkSpaceBrussels, de School van Gaasbeek, Reykjavík Dance Atelier, The Icelandic Ministry of Culture and Education, Reykjavík Culture Fund, Garðabær Culture Fund BIOGRAPHY Inga and Rósa started their collaboration 6 years ago at the start of their education in P.A.R.T.S. in Brussels. The Valley premiered at Reykjavík Dance Festival in 2015. In 2016, they received the Icelandic Theatre Award Griman for the work in the category Choreography of the Year. BEST CONDITIONS FOR WORKING? Best conditions for working are having inspiring and considerate people in the room, and even just in the building. One great thing about travelling around to work at different residencies (though it can be exhausting) is that you frequently meet likeminded people and often end up having...

Roberta Milevoj (HR): Familija...

24th of September at 8pm @ ZPC (Zagreb Dance Centre) For the last couple of years, Roberta Milevoj’s choreographies have been exploring the relationship between the natural and the artificial space, looking for ways in which natural emotional experiences can be transformed into the artificial spaces of a performance. As a species gradually going extinct in nature, the elephant becomes the basis for the creation of a special dance language which examines the concept of community and begins to function as a metaphor for relationships among humans. The choreographer paid special attention to the recognition of the potential of their physical and emotional intelligence, and their moving habitus became a template for a dance piece in which eight dancers create different perspectives of the relationship and experience of the performance space. The piece creates a specific choreographic community which is formed from the discourse about nature, and becomes the discourse about corporality. Through exploring the world of animals, Family presents on stage the issues of co-existence in the world of humans, looking for new meanings of active presence in the community. Koreografija: Roberta Milevoj Ples: Filipa Bavčević, Silvija Dogan, Antonia Dorbić, Ana Jelušić, Katarina Rilović, Sara Škrobe, Lana Šprajcer, Mia Zalukar Glazba: Nenad Sinkauz Oblikovanje svjetla: Bojan Gagić Savjetovanje: Matija Ferlin Prijevod: Ana Uglešić Produkcija: Roberta Milevoj (Nikad kraja) i Multimedijalna koliba Rezidencijalna i financijska potpora: Pogon – zagrebački centar za nezavisnu kulturu i mlade u sklopu programa Pogonator, Mediteranski plesni centar Svetvinčenat, Zagrebački plesni centar, Ganz novi festival Kulture promjene Studentskog centra u Zagrebu, Ministarstvo kulture RH i Gradski ured za kulturu, sport i obrazovanje BIOGRAPHY Roberta Milevoj is a professional dancer, choreographer and pedagogue born in Pula in 1979. She gained dance experience through many workshops, residential programs at home and abroad and developed...

Iva Peručić & Maja Subotić Šušak (HR): Atrij je vrt je...

20th and 21st of September @ &TD Atrium Workshop of imagining and building the polyfunctional garden in the &TD Atrium will take place on 20th and 21st of September. We connect theatre (performance) and a concrete action with what is sustainable, healthy, social and nice to what cultivates and grows – THE GARDEN. The final product of the workshops is not defined, we create it together using the methods of reflection and projecting the green (public) space and the criteria of selecting the adequate plants. You can use the same methods repeatedly at the roof, balcony, summer house and in life. Sign up here : iva.growstudio@gmail.com Iva Peručić is an architect working in the sphere of sustainable building, green design and permaculture. In her work, she focuses on simplicity of human co-existing with nature. Stop, feel, play, you are here. Maja Subotić Šušak is a designer and head of project by creative agency. In her work, she focuses on green design and education of young people in visual culture. She collaborates with Iva Peručić on designing the Green Ratkaj (Design District Festival). Financirano sredstvima europskog projekta apap – Performing Europe 2020 (apap – audience development project), sufinancirano sredstvima programa Europske unije Kreativna...

Pablo Castilla, Hedvig Biong, Niko Hafkenscheid (ES/NO/BE): Syden / Songs From...

22nd and 23rd of September at 8pm @ &TD Semicircular Hall Syden (the south) is a word commonly used by Scandinavian tourists and it is a geographical synonim for happiness and relaxation. Syden is a metaphor for the experience of freedom, a holistic mental space where humans can explore themselves in a distinct environment, away from the constraints of daily life. Syden, the project, is looking for a multi-faceted representation of these ingredients. Songs From A Valley Of Love And Delight presents on stage 7 tourists, no actors, Northerners who have moved partially or completely to different places on the Mediterranean. The interviews that were conducted with them have been converted into song lyrics, and music has been composed. They come on stage and sing their own interview material, which describes their own observations, desires and intimate feelings about the life they live. The spectator follows the show in a program book where the lyrics are printed, adding an extra fictional distance to the scene that plays on stage. Izvođači: Glenda Crooknorth, Marianne Suter, Albert Doody, Rudolf Rutschmann, Margaret Lockie, David Lockie, Ann Holloway Produkcija: Kevin Or Harry (Pablo Castilla, Niko Hafkenscheid and Hedvig Biong) Koprodukcija: workspacebrussels, Kaaiteater Uz potporu: GST Foundation, Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie, Arts Council Norway, Black Box Teater Oslo U sklopu projekta Flemish Artists’ Focus, uz potporu Flanders State of the Art i Ministarstva kulture RH. BIOGRAPHY Kevin Or Harry is an art collective launched in 2015 by musician and composer Niko Hafkenscheid (BE), visual artist Hedvig Biong (NO) and photographer and filmmaker Pablo Castilla (ES). Within Syden, a core research and pluriform work on the theme of authenticity and identity at tourist destinations in the South, Kevin or Harry has produced Syden, A Moment of Being, a reading-room combining, photography, music, text...

Ivan Penović: Prijeđanje Vublike 148...

21st of September at 9.30pm @ MM centre What offends you? Can it be expressed with words? Or only grimaces? Has Peter Handke ever succeeded to offend audience? Today, hardly. Well, we have already played Vrijeđanje publike for 148 times. We are playing this show for twenty-six years. Two generations are playing it. It is an ancient skill. It is craft. It is not acting. It is offending. We have won big awards at big festivals. Of course, we will not tell which festivals. If we put ego aside, this research and, in the end the performance, deals with theatre audience, taking over current TV and internet marketing strategies, examining the term spectacle and the way that kind of event deals with other, more dominant media, and in the end, with forming of specific audience, their point of view. Režija: Ivan Penović Izvođači: Robert Budak, Matija Čigir, Domagoj Janković, Karlo Mrkša, Bernard Tomić i Pavle Vrkljan U sklopu apap – Performing Europe 2020 projekta „Student u rezidenciji“, uz potporu programa Kreativna Europa Europske Unije te u suradnji s Akademijom dramske umjetnosti Zagreb. BIOGRAPHY Ivan Penović was born in Split in 1992. He works in theatre as a dramaturge, writer, director and performer. Last year he performed at Ganz novi festival in the project Cabinet of Delicious Wonders in Theatre &TD. BEST CONDITIONS FOR WORKING? From my perspective and experience, best conditions for work are, and I am primarily talking about cultural institutions here, the ones giving a larger group of people of various backgrounds, education and interests the possibility to work. Today, when culture as activity and human instinct is fighting for survival, programmatic (or thematic, lightly said) filtering of ideas creates unnecessary layer of thinking for young people, because their desire to express...

GREEN FILM FEST...

Zagreb Green Film Fest is a pilot project by RIO – Zagreb association happening from 22nd to 24th of September 2017 within Ganz novi festival at Student centre Zagreb. The premier edition of the festival will feature 45 amateur short films, which aim to bring closer current ecological problems and raise citizens’ awareness of nature conservation and the environment we live in through individual director approaches. The ecological problems of today are shown in animated and short documentary films, which you can see at MM centre, Student centre Zagreb. The opening of the festival is set for 22nd of September at 7pm. Festival jury and audience will take part in the selection of the best films in the categories of animated and documentary film. For more information, follow us on our Website and Facebook page Zagreb Green Fest. Projekcije počinju u 19h.  ...

Davor Sanvincenti: Navijamo za sunce...

Navijamo za Sunce multimedijalni je solarni sat, neovisna platforma za promociju suvremene glazbe i zvukovne umjetnosti te participativna permanentna instalacija. Na poziv Kulture promjene instalaciju je osmislio i koncipirao multimedijalni umjetnik Davor Sanvincenti s moćnom gomilicom suradnika – sanjara, programera, fizičara, arhitekata, glazbenika (Miodrag Gladović, Bojan Gagić, Nenad Kovačić, Tena Novak, Iva Peručić, Alen Sinkauz, Nenad Sinkauz, Natko Stipaničev, Boris Vidošević, Antonio Licitar, Silvija Stipanov, Davorka Begović …). Pogonjen energijom samoga Sunca, pomoću solarnog panela napaja se platforma 4-kanalnih zvučnih kompozicija u trajanju od 490 do 507 sekundi, odnosno onoliko koliko treba Sunčevoj svjetlosti da stigne do našeg oka na Zemlji. Svaka kompozicija reproducira se 8 minuta prije svakog punog “zemaljskog” sata te tako na suptilan način naglašava i osvješćuje Zemljino gibanje oko Sunca, njezinu brzinu koja nam određuje i bilježi tempo doživljajnih sfera. Slušamo vrijeme. Drugi dio instalacije sastoji se od izgradnje metalnog kotača, postavljenog na vanjskom zidu atrija &TD-a, gdje će svaki prolaznik, u bilo koje doba, moći zaokrenuti kotač i naviti bateriju. Od tuda i naziv sata Navijamo za Sunce. Navijanje je započelo 28. travnja 2017. i ostaje u prostorima Teatra &TD. Radionica Solarnog sata Navijamo za Sunce realizira se u sklopu projekta Edukultura SC Kulture promjene SC-a uz potporu Ministarstva kulture RH i Grada. BIOGRAFIJA Davor Sanvincenti (1979.), međunarodni je multimedijalni umjetnik iz Hrvatske, usmjeren na polje audiovizualne fenomenologije i antropologije vizualne kulture, s fokusom na uvjete i oblike ljudskih osjetila i percepcija. Njegova se umjetnička praksa realizira u različitim medijima: film i video, fotografija, fizičko svjetlo i zvukovne instalacije te audiovizualni performansi. Njegov rad istražuje koncept iluzije, moguće granice percepcije i konstruiranja iskustva. Primio je nagradu Radoslav Putar 2010. za najboljeg hrvatskog umjetnika do 35 godina života. Njegovi radovi izlagani su u Hrvatskoj i inozemstvu. Umjetnošću se bavim 17...

Anica Tomić & Jelena Kovačić (HR): Magic Evening...

23rd of September at 9.30pm @ &TD Big Hall Quite an ordinary evening. Two couples in one apartment. Good dinner and a few bottles of alcohol. A lot of talk about everything and nothing. About politics, art, crises, crosses, failed love(s) and Vivaldi. About the time in which everything is allowed, in which the criteria do not exist, but there are those who are pushing them steadily. And then suddenly a completely banal, maybe just a random event that will stop them, which will only interrupt the magical evening for a moment. A banal event that will ask maybe completely banal question: what are you afraid of? A banal event that will not stop with the question, but will insist and constantly ask new ones. Where can all your fears take you? At what point does fear become paranoia? At what point it can no longer tell apart from what is true and what is an illusion? Or is it all true and we are no longer safe? Even in one apartment, one evening with a good dinner and a few bottles of alcohol. Režija: Anica Tomić Dramaturgija: Jelena Kovačić Glume: Ivana Krizmanić, Nataša Kopeč, Marko Makovičić, Marko Petrić Zvuk i obrada zvuka: Nenad Kovačić Scena i kostimi: Anica Tomić Produkcija: Studentski centar Sveučilišta u Zagrebu – Kultura promjene – Teatar &TD BIOGRAPHY: Anica Tomić graduated in comparative literature and Croatian language and literature from Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb and in Theatre Directing and Radio Broadcasting from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. She collaborates, almost regularly, with dramaturge Jelena Kovačić. Jelena Kovačić graduated in Polish language and literature and comparative literature from Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb and in dramaturgy from the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb. She works as...