Performa / Platforma - 3. dan

  • Administrative unit Maribor Slovenia

21. festival sodobnih performativnih praks Performa 2016

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10. Platforma sodobnega plesa 2016

 

Maribor, 31. avgust – 4. september 2016


10:30    (Ne)formalne oblike izobraževanja na področju sodobnega plesa in        performativnih praks doma in v tujini

             (Non)formal education in contemporary dance and performance in Slovenia and abroad

            javna razprava / public discussion ;  Prvi oder 

 

Plesna izba Maribor, Društvo za sodobni ples Slovenije (DSPS), Gibanica 2016, MKC, Prvi oder, Prva Gimnazija Maribor
Moderatorka: Mojca Kasjak


V okviru javne razprave, ki jo organiziramo skupaj v sodelovanju z Društvom za sodobni ples Slovenije (Gibanica 2016), bomo spregovorili o oblikah izobraževanja na področju sodobnega plesa in performativnih praks. Gib je eden izmed primarnih elementov gledališča, ki je osnova tako v klasičnem  ali eksperimentalnem gledališču kot tudi v performativnih praksah. Sodobni ples za razliko od gledališča ni institucionaliziran. Izobraževanja večinoma potekajo v neformalnih oblikah, ki so bolj ali manj načrtovana,  organizirana in sistematična. Ali so res oblike formalnih izobraževanj  v družbi in s številnimi dokazili o zaključkih le-tega še vedno  veliko bolj priznane, ker ponujajo bolj strokovno preverjene in kvalitetnejše vzgojno-izobraževalnih pristope? A je možno v takšnih oblikah doseči poudarek na razvijanju individualnih kvalitet? Kakšen je pomen učenja skozi neformalne oblike izobraževanja? Kako lahko spretno sodelujemo v prepletanju formalnih in neformalnih izobraževalnih programov na področju sodobnega plesa in performativnih praks pri nas in v tujini?

Gostje:

 Minka Veselič Kološa, ustanoviteljica celoletnega plesnega izobraževanja pri Plesni izbi Maribor (leta 1987 – septembra bo 30 let), strokovna svetovalka za ples pri JSKD


 Magdalena Reiter, diplomantka Državne baletne šole v Gdansku (Poljska), diplomantka PARTS-a  v Bruslju (Belgija), pobudnica, organizatorka in ena izmed pedagogov pri festivalu VIBRA- Mednarodne poletne plesne delavnice v Ljubljani ter ena izmed pobudnic MOVE! – vsakodnevnih profesionalnih treningov sodobnega plesa v Ljubljani


 Mojca Dimec, vodja aktiva dramsko-gledališke smeri na umetniški gimnaziji v Ljubljani (SVŠGL)


 Anja Bornšek, plesalka, koreografinja, magistra sodobnega plesa (HfMDK Frankfurt, Nemčija) in diplomatka Salzburške eksperimentalne akademije sodobnega plesa (SEAD, Salzburg, Avstrija)


 April Veselko, plesalka, koreografinja, plesna pedagoginja, Leggere Strutture Art Factory, Dance start up program,  Bologna, Italija


Plesna izba Maribor, Društvo za sodobni ples Slovenije (DSPS), Gibanica - bienale slovenske sodobne plesne umetnosti, MKC, Prvi oder, Prva Gimnazija Maribor
Moderated by: Mojca Kasjak

Organised in cooperation with Contemporary Dance Association Slovenia (Gibanica 2016), the discussion will centre on different forms of education in the area of contemporary dance and performance art. Movement is the primary element of theatrical landscape; it is relied upon in traditional and experimental theatre as it is in performative practices. Contemporary dance is not institutionalised in Slovenia, whereas theatre is. Dance education takes place predominantly in non-formal settings, which are more or less planned, organised and systematically framed. Is formal education with all its diplomas and certificates still appreciated more in the society, since it supposedly offers educational methods of greater quality and expertise? Do these forms of education develop individual qualities? What is the meaning of learning in non-formal settings? Is it possible, and if yes how, to connect formal and non-formal educational programmes in the area of contemporary dance and performance art at home and abroad.

Guests: 

  •  Minka Veselič Kološa, Founder of all-year-round dance education at Plesna Izba Maribor (30th anniversary in September 2016)
  •  Magdalena Reiter, Graduate of National Ballet School in Gdansk (Poland) and PARTS in Brussels (Belgium); initiator, organiser and teacher at VIBRA International Summer Dance Workshops in Ljubljana and initiator of MOVE! – daily professional contemporary dance classes in Ljubljana
  •  Mojca Dimec, Head of the theatre department at the Pre-School Education and Grammar School Ljubljana
  •  Anja Bornšek, Dancer, choreographer, MA in contemporary dance (HfMDK Frankfurt, Germany), BA from dance academy SEAD in Salzburg (Austria)
  •  April Veselko, Dancer, choreographer, dance teacher, Leggere Strutture Art Factory, Dance Start Up program,  Bologna, Italy

foto: DUM

16:00    Mateja Bučar - Zelena miza / urbana koreografija

             Mateja Bučar - Green Table / urban choreography

            Center mesta

 

Naslov Zelena miza si delo izposoja iz prelomne zgodovinske koreografije Kurta Joossa iz leta 1932, ki brezčasno in brezosebno trgovanje z vojno in njenimi profiti koreografsko umesti na velikansko zeleno mizo diplomacij 20. stoletja.
Nas pa zanimajo mize in mizice urbanega vsakdana na trgih, pločnikih in v kavarnah današnjega sveta.

Idejna zasnova: Mateja Bučar
Izvajalke in soustvarjalke: Nina Pertot Weis, Maja Kalafatič, Evin Hadžialjević, Radharani Pernarčič, Mateja Bučar
Producentka: Sanja Kuveljić
Zvok, video, fotografija, internet: DUM
Posebna hvala za prispevanje idej in vizualnih podob: Nataši Skušek in Mladenu Stropniku
Produkcija: DUM – društvo umetnikov
Koprodukcija: Mestni Muzej Ljubljana, Kino Šiška
Projekt so omogočili: Ministrstvo za kulturo RS, Mestna občina Ljubljana oddelek za kulturo

Mateja Bučar je svojo plesno pot pričela na Konservatoriju za glasbo in balet v Ljubljani, šolanje pa je nato nadaljevala na Centre de Dance International Rossella Hightower v Cannesu v Franciji. Bila je solistka SNG Opera in balet v Ljubljani in članica Plesnega teatra Ljubljana. Kot koreografinja na področju sodobnega plesa deluje že od leta 1992. Leta 2015 je kot doktorica filozofije in plesne umetnosti dokončala študij na Trinity Laban Conservatory of Music and Dance Univerze v Londonu.


The title Green Table has been borrowed by this work from groundbreaking historical choreographer Kurt Jooss in 1932, when he choreographically put the timeless and impersonal trading of war and its profits on the great green table of diplomacy in the 20th century.
We, however, are interested in the small urban everyday, with its coffee tables at markets, on sidewalks, and in the cafes and coffee shops of today’s world.

Concept and choreography: Mateja Bučar
Performers and collaborators: Nina Pertot Weis, Maja Kalafatič, Evin Hadžialjević, Radharani Pernarčič, Mateja Bučar
Produced by: Sanja Kuveljić
Sound, video, photography, internet: DUM
Special thanks for the contribution of ideas and visual images goes to: Nataši Skušek and Mladen Stropnik
Production: DUM – društvo umetnikov
Co-production: Mestni Muzej Ljubljana, Kino Šiška
Supported by: Ministrstvo za kulturo RS, Mestna občina Ljubljana oddelek za kulturo


Mateja Bučar received early professional formation at the National Ballet School in Slovenia and Centre de Dance International Rossella Hightower, Cannes, France. She was a soloist of Slovenian National Ballet and a member of Dance Theatre Ljubljana. She is working as an independent choreographer since 1992. In 2015 she completed her PhD at the University of London / Trinity Laban Conservatory of Music and Dance (UK) as Doctor of Philosophy and Creative Practice: Dance.


18:00    Predstavitev publikacije Trajanje in pogovor z ustvarjalci

               Presentation of Duration publication and artist talk          

             GT22 

 

Ideja in izbor besedil: Andreja Rauch Podrzavnik
Fotografija: Nada Žgank
Oblikovanje publikacije: Robi Veselko.
Moderatorka: Anja Bornšek


Artists: Mojca Kasjak, Jasmina Križaj, Katja Kosi, Josip Maršič, Andreja Podrzavnik, Bor Pungerčič and Nina Milin
Concept and text selection: Andreja Rauch Podrzavnik
Photos by: Nada Žgank
Publication design: Robi Veselko
Moderated by: Anja Bornšek


foto: Esta Matkovic

20:00    Darko Dragičević, Jasmina Založnik - Jecljam z veseljem

              Darko Dragičević, Jasmina Založnik - I Stutter with Joy

             predstava, Mali oder SNG Maribor

 

Predstava Jecljam od veselja jemlje za svoje izhodišče in strukturno jedro idejo jecljanja, pri čemer poskuša preizprašati možnosti, kako jo prevesti oziroma preliti v druga "umetniška" polja. Čeprav jecljanje navadno razumemo kot prekinitev, oviro oziroma motnjo v komunikaciji, je obenem tudi daritev, ki nastopi natanko v zamrznjenem trenutku potencialnosti, iz katere se lahko razvije nekaj novega.

Koncept in izvedba: Darko Dragičević, Jasmina Založnik
Koreografija: Martin Sonderkamp
Zvočno oblikovanje: Ivan Mijačević
Oblikovanje luči: David Orešič
Produkcija: MKC Maribor in Plesna Izba Maribor
Koprodukcija: ZAIK, JSKD, Hostel pekarna
S podporo: Ministrstvo za kulturo RS, MOM

Darko Dragičević je vizualni umetnik in filmski ustvarjalec, ki živi v Kölnu in Berlinu. Magistrski študij vizualnih umetnosti ter diplomski program vizualnih komunikacij je končal na International College of Arts & Sciences v Milanu, diplomo iz filmske režije pa je pridobil na newyorški Akademiji za film. Dragičević se v svojih raziskavah in interdisciplinarnih projektih osredotoča na metodološka presečišča znotraj vizualnih umetnosti, performansa, filma in teksta. Njegova dela so bila nagrajena na 7. Mednarodnem filmskem festivalu o in za osebe z invalidnostjo Bosifest v Beogradu, na 57. Mednarodnem festivalu kratkega filma v Oberhausnu, Nemčija, in na festivalu Casa Del Roma v Rimu, Italija.

Jasmina Založnik je doktorska kandidatka na oddelku za vizualno kulturo in filozofijo Univerze v Aberdeenu v Veliki Britaniji s štipendijo Ministrstva za kulturo RS. Končala je magistrski študij filozofije na Znanstvenoraziskovalnem centru Slovenske akademije znanosti in umetnosti v Ljubljani. Založnik deluje kot dramaturginja, kuratorka in piska na področju uprizoritvenih umetnosti. Kot kuratorka in umetniška direktorica je koordinirala več mednarodnih festivalov, kot dramaturginja, soavtorica ali performerka je sodelovala v številnih projektih s področij performansa in plesa, hkrati pa tudi redno objavlja v različnih publikacijah. Je aktivna članica mednarodne platforme Nomad Dance Academy, redna sodelavka Zavoda za procesiranje sodobne umetnosti Cona ter članica Društva gledaliških kritikov in teatrologov Slovenije in Društva Mesto žensk. Leta 2015 je prejela nagrado Ksenije Hribar v kategoriji kritičarka/piska/dramaturginja.


The notion of stutter as a structural nucleus buds the performance I Stutter with Joy with an attempt to question its possible translation and transformation into various 'artistic' fields. Understanding it as an interruption and disruption in the communication, which is mainly hindering it, stuttering is at the same time an offering, occurring exactly in the frozen moment of a potentiality in which something new could emerge.

Created and performed by: Darko Dragičević, Jasmina Založnik
Choreography: Martin Sonderkamp
Sound design: Ivan Mijačević
Light design: David Orešič
Produced by: MKC Maribor and Plesna Izba Maribor
Coproduced by: ZAIK, JSKD, Hostel pekarna
Supported by: Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia, Municipality of Maribor


Darko Dragičević lives in Cologne and Berlin and works internationally as a Visual Artist and Filmmaker. He holds a MFA (Hons) in Visual Arts and a BA in Visual Communication from The International College of Arts & Sciences in Milan and a Filmmaking diploma from New York Film Academy, New York City. Dragičević’s focus in various interdisciplinary projects and his research lies in cross methods within the field of visual arts, performance, film and text. As a director he received awards from the Bosifest 7th International Film Festival for and by people with disabilities in Belgrade, 57th International Short Film Festival in Oberhausen and Casa del Cinema in Rome.

Jasmina Založnik is a PhD candidate in Visual Culture and Philosophy at the University of Aberdeen (UK) with a scholarship of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia. She works as a dramaturge, curator and writer in the field of performing arts. Založnik completed her MA in Philosophy at the Science Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts. As curator and artistic director, she has coordinated several international festivals; she has been engaged in artworks in the fields of performance and dance as dramaturge, co-author, performer and artistic collaborator; she contributes to various magazines and journals. She is an active member of the international platform Nomad Dance Academy, a regular collaborator of Cona, Institute for Contemporary Art Processing, and a member of the Association of Theatre Critics and Researchers of Slovenia and of the City of Women Association. Založnik has received the 2015 Ksenija Hribar award in the category critic/writer/dramaturge.