Interview with Marija Scekic a.k.a. Histeria NOVA, part 2: Climber in Contemporary Dance

October 26, 2011

This is the second part of the interview with Marija Scekic. Read the first part here: On New Media and Science in Dance

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Photo above:  Little Tragedy, choreography and dance by Marija Scekic
Photo bellow: Human Error, both photos by Nina Durdevic

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Interview with Marija Scekic a.k.a. Histeria NOVA, part 1: On New Media and Science in Dance

Choreographer and dancer Marija Scekic is the founder and Artistic Director of Histeria NOVA Artistic organization. She was  professionally trained in classical ballet, contemporary dance and butoh, she studied choreography and contemporary dance at Concordia University in Montréal (Canada).

Her interest in combining movements, science and technology initially triggered this interview since we have spent many, many  hours discussing about it…

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Photo above by Sandra Vitaljic (c), Marija Scekic in Shadow
Photo bellow by Sandra Vitaljic (c), Marija Scekic in Human Error

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Whatever Dance Toolbox by BADco.

December 31, 2010

During recently held ‘Workshop with Choreographic Objects‘ under the guidance of Scott deLahunta, I had an opportunity to get an introduction of the project Whatever Dance Toolbox – WDT by the members of BADco., Ana Kreitmeyer and Tomislav Medak (check the video guidance bellow review).

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WDT by BADco., photo by Tom Medak (cc)

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Body cinema: William Forsythe – One Flat Thing

August 20, 2010

Ivana Jozic‘s interview came just in time to start my covering of William Forsythe‘s web project and data vizualization concept titled  Synchronous Objects… Let’s check his piece One Flat Thing – Reproduced (2000) as a first post regarding this topic.

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One Flat Thing by William Forsythe
Photo bellow: Michel Cavalca (c)

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