Task 13 – Isabelle Schad / Break a Leg

Autor Task-a: Isabelle Schad (GER)

Break a Leg Reactor: Jovana Rakić (SRB)

Mentor: Boris Čakširan

Koncept: Jovana Rakić

Koreografija: svi prisutni

Izvođači: svi prisutni

Glazba: kolaž

Fotografije: Lisa Bansel, Maja Ven

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Jovana Rakić ima diplomu iz antropologije sa Filozofskog fakulteta u Beogradu, a trenutno studira diseminaciju plesa na diplomskoj razini na Hochschule für Musik und Tanz u Kölnu (Njem). Od 2003. bavi se kazalištem, suvremenim plesom i izvedbenom umjetnošću. 2011. dobila je Dance Web stipendiju, a 2010. sudjelovala je u Nomad Dance Academy te ENPARTS Open Campus, Dansens Hus Stockholm 2011.  Često je surađivala s umjetnicima različitih pozadina. Od 2008. posvetila se i počela surađivati sa socijalno marginaliziranim grupama u Srbiji. U tom kontekstu radila je kao izvođač, plesač i plesni pedagog unutar projekata The Day After (Dan poslije) i Body Frame (Tjelesni okvir). Trenutno je angažirana kao jedan od 6 autora na projektu Temporaries kojeg podupire mreža APAP (2012.-2013.), koja okuplja nove koreografe iz Beograda.

 

 

TASK 13 / Break a Leg Reactor

Author of Task: Isabelle Schad (GER)

Break a Leg Reactor: Jovana Rakić (SRB)

Mentor: Boris Čakširan

Concept: Jovana Rakić

Choreography: all present

Performers: all present

Music: collage

Photos: Lisa Bansel, Maja Ven

 

 Jovana Rakić  holds a graduate degree in Anthropology, Philosophical Faculty Belgrade, currently studying in Dance Dissemination MA studies, Hochschule für Musik und Tanz in Cologne (Ger). Since 2003. she has been engaged in theatre, contemporary dance and performing arts. She was recipient of Dance Web scholarship 2011. and took part in Nomad Dance Academy 2010 and ENPARTS Open Campus, Dansens Hus Stockholm 2011. She often collaborated with artists coming from different backgrounds. Since 2008. she is also dedicated to and started collaborating with socially marginalized groups in Serbia. In this context she worked as performer, dancer and dance pedagogue within the projects The Day After and Body Frame. Currently she is engaged as one of six authors of project Temporaries supported by APAP network (2012-2013.) which gathers emerging choreographers from Belgrade.