Interview with Ivana Jozic, part 2: Opening the channels of nonconformity…

August 16, 2010

This is the second part of the interview with Ivana Jozic. Read the first part titled Opening the channels of expressiveness…

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Photo: Theatre Troubleyn (c)

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Interview with Ivana Jozic, part 1: Opening the channels of expressiveness…

Back in May this year, performer Ivana Jozic led a workshop titled Imagination / Transformation at the Tala Dance Centre in Zagreb. Ivana graciously found some time to give me an interview about her career and artwork. This talk was also possible thanks to choreographer and one of the founders of  Tala Dance Centre – Tamara Curic.

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Ivana Jozic in the Angel of Death, photo by Jorge Molder (c)

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Interview with Jan Fabre: insects are the oldest computers

September 23, 2008

Jan Fabre is an example of a renaissance man… it’s hard to catch all fields of contemporary art he had influenced over the last three decades…

His performers are ‘true blue’ oriented towards ideas and processes he’s creating with them. It’s a mutual interaction above all, an interaction which creates new physical, emotional and mental spaces. The idea of kinetics or techniques makes no sense in his world, because his dancers are creating new laws of movements and physical comprehension. Sometimes, it even looks like Fabre is creating a glossary for understanding how the world is essentially built up.

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