KAKO SASJEĆI ZMAJA – IVA NERINA SIBILA

Kako sasjeci zmaja

KAKO DOTAKNUTI ZMAJA

arhiv kretanja u 5 solo scena 

  1. Raspršena na dijelove, vaza je i dalje vaza…?
  2. Invokacija tijela ili krv ne pleše.
  3. Materija/memorija/rad.
  4. Arhivalije. Nijemost. Protiv melankolije.
  5. Druga strana točke.

Autorica:  Iva Nerina Sibila
Koreografija: Iva Nerina Sibila i Tamara Curić
Izvedba: Tamara Curić
Likovne intervencije: Hana Lukas Midžić
Glazba: Josip Maršić
Svjetlo: Miljenko Bengez
Produkcija: llinkt! plesni projekt

Citiran tekst: Maga Magazinović, Telesna kultura kao vaspitanje i umetnost, Beograd, 1932.

Citirani koreografski fragmenti: Tamara Curić Sjeme (2006), Marjana Krajač Victoria Beckham ima migrenu (2006), PC Tala, Muškarci u suknjama, a žene isto? (2005), Bebeto Cidra Lovci čežnje (1998).

Snimka predstave Ples i skulptura Ljiljane Zagorac©HRT.

…dance re-enactments could be seen not as paranoid-melancholic compulsions to repeat but a singular modes of politicizing time and economies of authorship via the choreographic activation of the dancer’s body as an endlessly creative, transformational archive.

André Lepecki

 Zahvaljujemo Vesni Mimici, Snježani Abramović Milković i PC Tali na arhivskim materijalima. Kako dotaknuti zmaja, arhiv kretanja u produkciji llinkt! plesnog projekta, ostvaren je u suradnji s Plesnim centrom Tala, zahvaljujući financijskoj potpori Ministarstva kulture RH i Gradskog ureda za obrazovanje, kulturu i sport grada Zagreba.

HOW TO TOUCH A DRAGON

on archiving dancing in 5 solo scene 

  1. Dispersed in pieces, the vase is still a vase…?
  2. Invocation of the body or blood doesn’t dance.
  3. The matter/the memory/the work.
  4. Archivalias. Muteness. Against melancholy.
  5. The other side of the point.

Concept:  Iva Nerina Sibila
Choreography: Iva Nerina Sibila and Tamara Curić
Performance: Tamara Curić
Vizual interventions: Hana Lukas Midžić
Music and sound: Josip Maršić
Light design: Miljenko Bengez
Production: llinkt! dance project

Text quotations from: Maga Magazinović, Telesna kultura kao vaspitanje i umetnost, Beograd, 1932.

Movements quotations from: Tamara Curić Sjeme (2006), Marjana Krajač Victoria Beckham ima migrenu (2006), PC Tala, Muškarci u suknjama, a žene isto? (2005), Bebeto Cidra Lovci čežnje (1998).

The video of  performance Ljiljane Zagorac (1989) Ples i skulptura ©HRT.

…dance re-enactments could be seen not as paranoid-melancholic compulsions to repeat but a singular modes of politicizing time and economies of authorship via the choreographic activation of the dancer’s body as an endlessly creative, transformational archive.

André Lepecki

Special thanks to Vesna Mimica, Snježana Abramović Milković and Dance Centre Tala on archive materials. How to Touch a Dragon, on archiving dancing in 5 solo scenes is produced in collaboration with Dance Centre Tala and financially supported by Republic of Croatia Ministry of Culture and City of Zagreb Office for Education, Culture and Sports.
 

Iva Nerina Sibila je plesna umjetnica i kritičarka. Školovala se na Northern School of Contemporary dance u Leedsu, UK., gdje je diplomirala 1995. Nakon povratka u Zagreb radi kao plesačica, izvođačica, autorica i edukatorica. Tekstove i eseje o temama vezanim za plesnu umjetnost i feminizam  objavljuje u brojnim časopisima i publikacijama (Plesnascena.hr, Treća, Frakcija, Kretanja, Kazalište, Vijenac, Zarez, Tanz).  Članica je Nomadske plesne akademije i suradnica Centar za ženske studije. Aktualni plesni projekti uključuju:  Integrirani kolektiv – IMRC, plesni projekt za plesače sa i bez tjelesnog invaliditeta, kojeg je umjetnička voditeljica i su-osnivačica, Institut za katastrofu i kaos, su-autorica i izvođačica, te surađuje s Trafikom,  Kik Melone i Žak Valenta productions.

Iva Nerina Sibila is a dance artist and a critic. She completed her education at the Northern School for Contemporary Dance in Leeds (UK), where she graduated in 1995. After her return to Zagreb, she has been active as dance artist, performer, author, and educator. She has published her texts and essays on various issues related to dance art and feminism in a number of magazines and publications (plesnascena.hr, Treća, Frakcija, Movements Dance Magazine, Kazalište, Vijenac, Zarez, Tanz). She is a member of the Nomad Dance Academy and an associate of the Centre for Women’s Studies. Her current dance projects include: Integrated Movement Research Collective – IMRC, a dance project for dancers with and without physical disabilty. She is the artistic director and a co-founder. Furthermore, she has been a co-author and performer in the Institute for Catastrophe and Chaos and has collaborated with Trafik, Kik Melone and Žak Valenta Productions.

 

Tamara Curić, rođena 1973, Zagreb
Nakon završene Škole za balet, ples i ritmiku diplomirala je 1995.g. na Vlaamse Dansacademie, Brugge (Belgija). Od 1988.g. radi kao profesionalna plesačica u nekoliko kompanija u Hrvatskoj i Europi (Arena dance theater, Studio za suvremeni ples, Zagrebački plesni ansambl, Liberdance, Mala Scena…). Kao koreografkinja sudjeluje na koreografskim platformama u Belgiji, surađuje s brojnim dramskim kazalištima i režiserima (Haris Pašović, Ivan Leo Lemo, Krešo Dolenčić, Lary Zapia..) i autorica je nekoliko cijelovečernjih predstava. Suosnivačica je Platforme mladih koreografa u Hrvatskoj , a od 2000.g. umjetnička je direktorica  Plesnog centra TALA. Danas radi kao plesačica, pedagoginja i koreografkinja. Članica je NDA regionalne mreže, Nomadske plesne akademije Hrvatska i Kliker-a , nacionalne mreže za poticanje razvoja plesa za mladu publiku.

Tamara Curić was born in Zagreb in 1973. After completing her education in the School for Ballet and Rhythmics, she graduated from Vlaamse Dansacademie, Brugge (Belgium), in 1995. In 1988, she started to work as a professional dancer in several companies in Croatia and Europe (Arena Dance Theatre, The Studio Contemporary Dance Company, Zagreb Dance Company, Liberdance Company, Mala Scena Theatre…). As a choreographer, she has participated in a number of choreographic platforms in Belgium and has collaborated with a number of theatres and directors (Haris Pašović, Ivan Leo Lemo, Krešo Dolenčić, Lary Zapia, etc.). Furthermore, she is the author of several performances. With Larisa Navojec, she is the co-founder of Young Choreographers Platform in Croatia and since 2000, she has been the artistic director of Dance Centre TALA. Currently, she is a dance artist, teacher, and choreographer. She is a member of the Nomad Dance Academy Regional and Croatian networks and Kiker network – the first Croatian platform for development of contemporary dance for young audiences.

 

Hana Lukas Midžić,  akademska kiparica rođena u Splitu. Diplomirala je kiparstvo u klasi prof. Šime Vulasa na Akedemiji likovnih umjetnosti u Zagrebu 2002. godine. Svoje polje interesa u umjetnosti nalazi i gradi kao vizualna umjetnica kako u kiparstvu, tako i u video umjetnosti, land artu, interdisciplinarnim i performativnim formama koje uključuju oblik, znak, riječ i pokret. Iza sebe ima nekoliko samostalnih izložbi, a neke svoje projekte provodi i izvan institucionalnih okvira.  Kao izvođačica je surađivala je s Institutom za katastrofu i kaos (Pra, pra, pra skup, Enciklopedija nevidljivog rada).  Bavi se pedagoškim radom kroz razne radionice s djecom i odraslima.

Hana Lukas Midžić is a B.A. in sculpture from Split. She graduated in Sculpture (in the class of the professor Šime Vulas) from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb in 2002. As a visual artist, her scope of interest in art is found and further developed in sculpture, as well as in video art, land art, interdisciplinary and performative forms that include shape, sign, word, and movement. She has had several solo exhibitions, and several of her projects have been carried out outside institutional frames. As a performer, she has collaborated with the Institute for Catastrophe and Chaos (Pre, pre, pre Gathering, Encyclopedia of Invisible Work). In her educational practice, she holds various workshops for children and adults.

Josip Maršić  skladatelj i instrumentalist iz Opatije.
Djeluje u radu brojnih glazbenih sastava, između ostalih, Regoč, Very expensive porno movie, Let3, Marinada, Gori ussi winnetou. Kao autor , koautor i izvođač  glazbe  u kazališnim i plesnim predstavama surađivao je s I. Buljanom, A. Rauch, Ž. Valentom, S. Baruškom, M. Čuljak, Trafikom, Prostorom plus, Kik Meloneom, Drugim morem, HNK Ivana pl. Zajca te u filmskim projektima udruge Ukus.
Autor je brojnih audio instalacija i namjenske glazbe za performanse, kratke filmove, modne revije, video instalacije. U suradnji sa Zoranom Medvedom autorski djeluje pod imenom JMZM.

Josip Maršić is a composer and instrumentalist from Opatija.
He has participated in the work of a number of bands, among others, Regoč, Very expensive porno movie, Let3, Marinada, Gori ussi winnetou.
As the author, co-author, and musician in theatre and dance performances, he has collaborated with I. Buljan, A. Rauch, Ž. Valenta, S. Baruška, M. Čuljak, Trafik, Space+, Kik Melone, The Other Sea (Drugo more), The Croatian National Theatre Ivan pl. Zajc, as well as participated in film project of the Association Ukus.
He is the author of a number of audio installations and of music for performance art shows, short films, fashion shows, and video installations.
In collaboration with Zoran Medved, he has been active under the name JMZM.