Jasna L. Vinovrški (Public in Private)

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MORAM, TREBAM, SMIJEM, MOGU, HOĆU i ŽELIM

Koncept, koreografija i izvedba: Jasna L. Vinovrški

Scena i dramaturška podrška: Clement Layes

Svijetlo: Bojan Gagić

Trajanje: 45 min

Public in private / Jasna L. Vinovrški

 

U svom novom radu Vinovrski istražuje odnos gramatičkog jezika i pokreta. Fokusirana je na modalne glagole koji su po svom svojstvu prazni, sami po sebi ne nose nikakvo značenje ali istovremeno oblikuju ljudski život. (Agamben).

Na koji način se to oblikovanje odvija i kako glagoli utječu na kretanje i na stav tijela; kako se nužnost (moram), potrebnost (trebam), dozvola ili zabrana (smijem), mogućnost (mogu), volja (hoću), i želja(želim), manifestiraju kroz modalne glagole u tijelu, i kako tijelo generira opet te iste glagole kroz govor? Ova pitanja bila su glavna okosnica u istraživanju tijekom procesa i kroz to istraživanje Vinovrski je razvila specifičan način izvođenja gdje jezik i pokret ravnopravno egzistiraju u neposrednom izrazu tijela.

Zahvala: Larisa Navojec, Tamara Curić, Željko Drmić, Nataša Govedić, Selma Banich, Iva Nerina Gattin, Deana Gobac, Hana Lukas Midžić, Flutgraben.org

 

Public In Private (Javno u privatnom) istražuje, odražava I propitkuje društvene, političke I kulturne strukture, kao I individualne pozicije unutar tih struktura. Kolaborativnim pristupom, Public In Privateza cilj ima širiti granice koreografskog jezika, percipirati i odraziti naš vlastiti jezik, kao i druge medije, te potiče drugačiji način razmišljanja. Ipak, najvažniji cilj je daljnji razvoj koreografije kao suvremene umjetnosti. www.publicinprivate.com

Clément Layes pohađao je Ecole de Cirque de Lyon u Francuskoj, a studirao je umjetnost i filozofiju na Sveučilištu u Lyonu. Profesionalno plesno obrazovanje dobio je na Conservatoire National de Région i Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Lyon. Radio je s Borisom Charmatzom, Odile Duboc i Juvalom Pickom, između ostalih. 2003. godine počeo je svoju koreografsku potragu u sklopu kolektiva ALS, a od 2008. radi u Berlinu, gdje je sa Jasnom L. Vinovrški osnovao Public in Private. Istraživanje Clémenta Layesa ispituje koreografiju, vizualnu umjetnost i konceptualno razmišljanje u kontekstu svakodnevnih objekata; to ga je dovelo do njegove nagrađivane solo točke Allege (Tvrditi). Njegovi nedavni radovi (također rezultat njegova istraživanja) uključuju To Allege (Tvrditi) (2011), The Green Chair (Zelena stolica) (2012), i njegovo najnovije djelo, Things That Surround Us (Stvari koje nas okružuju) (Studeni 2012). Njegov nadolazeći projekt, Dreamed Apparatus (Odsanjani uređaj), kojeg financira njemački Fond za kulturni kapital i kojeg koproduciraju Sophiensaele Berlin, Kunstencentrum BUDA u Kortrijku, Belgija, Dampfzentrale Bern (Švicarska), Théâtre de Nîmes (Francuska), Fabrik Potsdam (Njemačka), i Uzès Danse (Francuska), imat će premijeru u travnju 2014. u Berlinu.

Jasna L. Vinovrski je izvođačica, koreografkinja, učiteljica i vječni student života. Odrasla je u Zagrebu, u Hrvatskoj, no živjela je i radila uglavnom u inozemstvu. Radila je kao izvođač 12 godina sa raznim europskim koreografima, uključujući, među ostalima, i Groupe Dunes, Joachima Schloemera, Carlottu Sagnu i Odile Duboc. Stvorila je i vlastite koreografske radove, koji su prezentirani manifestacijama kao što su Holland Dance Festival u Den Haagu, Rencontres chorégraphiques internationales de Seine-Saint Denis, Festival Artdanthé u Parizu, Tanzhaus Wasserwerk u Zürichu (Švicarska), TANEC PRAHA festival (Češka Republika), Platforma HR i Dance Week Festival u Zagrebu (Hrvatska), Temporada Internacional Dansa València (Španjolska), itd. Pored svog koreografskog rada, ozbiljno radi kao dramaturg i koreografski.

 

 

“I MUST, I SHOULD, I MAY, I CAN and I WILL”

by Public in private / Jasna L. Vinovrski

Concept, choreography and performance: Jasna L. Vinovrski

Set and dramaturgic assistance: Clement Layes

Light: Bojan Gagić

Duration: 45 min

 

In her new work, Vinovrski explores the relationship of grammatical language and movement. She focuses on modal verbs, which have empty properties, and by themselves do not carry any meaning, but at the same time shape human life. (Agamben).

In what way does this shaping take place and how do verbs affect movement and posture; how does necessity (must), need (should), permission and prohibition (may), ability (can), volition (will) and desire(want), manifest through modal verbs in the body, and how does the body regenerate these same verbs through speech? These questions were the backbone of the research during the process and through this research Vinovrski developed a specific way of performing, where language and movement equally exist in immediate body expression.

Thanks to: Larisa Navojec, Tamara Curić, Željko Drmić, Nataša Govedić, Selma Banich, Iva Nerina Gattin, Deana Gobac, Hana Lukas Midžić, Flutgraben.org

 

Public in Private researches, reflects,and questions social, political, and cultural structures, as well as individual positions within these structures. With a collaborative approach, Public in Private aims at broadening the borders of choreographic language, perceiving and reflecting our own and other media, and encouraging a different way of thinking. However, the most relevant goal is the further development of choreography as a contemporary art form. www.publicinprivate.com

Clément Layes attended Ecole de Cirque de Lyon in France, and studied art and philosophy at the University of Lyon. He received his professional dance education at the Conservatoire National de Région and the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Lyon. He has worked with Boris Charmatz, Odile Duboc, and Yuval Pick, among others. In 2003, he started his choreographic research as part of the collective ALS, and since 2008 he has worked in Berlin, where he co-founded Public in Private with Jasna L. Vinovrški. Clément Layes’s research examines choreography, the visual arts, and conceptual thinking in the context of the objects of daily life; this led to his award- winning solo Allege. Recent works (also the results of his research) include To Allege (2011), The Green Chair (2012), and his latest piece, Things That Surround Us (November 2012). His upcoming project, Dreamed Apparatus, funded by Germany’s Cultural Capital Funds and co-produced by Sophiensaele Berlin, Kunstencentrum BUDA in Kortrijk, Belgium, Dampfzentrale Bern (Switzerland), Théâtre de Nîmes (France), Fabrik Potsdam (Germany), and Uzès Danse (France), will premiere in April 2014 in Berlin.

Jasna L. Vinovrški is a performer, choreographer, teacher, and an eternal student of life. She grew up in Zagreb, Croatia but has lived and worked mostly abroad. She worked as performer for 12 years with various European choreographers – including Groupe Dunes, Joachim Schloemer, Carlotta Sagna, and Odile Duboc, among others – and has created her own choreographic works. These have been presented at the Holland Dance Festival in Den Haag, Rencontres chorégraphiques internationales de Seine-Saint Denis and Festival Artdanthé in Paris, Tanzhaus Wasserwerk Zürich (Switzerland), the TANEC PRAHA festival (Czech Republic), the Platforma HR and  Dance Week Festival in Zagreb (Croatia), Temporada Internacional Dansa València (Spain) etc. Along with her choreographic work, she works closely as a dramaturg and choreographer.