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Perfomance „WE BEGAN Walking THERE WE HAVE BEEN“ на Ö. Alkis и M. Danoch

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WE BEGAN WALKING THERE WE HAVE BEEN by Özlem Alkis and Maayan Danoch

Concept and choreography: Özlem Alkis, Maayan Danoch
Performance: Maayan Danoch, Ivan Mijacevic
Music: Ivan Mijacevic
Space: Miha(sonda3)

Production: Özlem Alkış, Maayan Danoch
Co-production: tanz.tausch Festival
Supported by: Kunststiftung NRW, ZAIK and tanz.tausch Festival

The performance takes place in the frame of X-YUGO TOUR funded by Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe and Maribor Municipality. (https://www.facebook.com/We-began-walking-THERE-we-have-been-X-Yugo-Tour-186378325343851/?rc=p)

The performance WE BEGAN Walking THERE WE HAVE BEEN is part of the program ::Art::Politics::Institution:: Body, organised by LOKOMOTIVA-Centre for New Initiatives in Arts and Culture

For more information: https://artpoliticsinstitutionsbody.blogspot.mk/

PERFORMANCE DESCRIPTION

Darkness fills the space. Very slowly, the contours of more and more things begin to appear. All of the …

Performance „SONIC Extensions“ од Darko Dragičević и Martin Sonderkamp

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The performance SONIC EXTENSIONS is part of the program ::Art::Politics::Institution:: Body, organised by LOKOMOTIVA-Centre for New Initiatives in Arts and Culture

SONIC EXTENSIONS
Performance

Concept, Choreography and Performance: Darko Dragičević, Martin
Sonderkamp
Sound Design: Daniel Massey
Voices: Jule Flierl, Siri Jøntvedt
A production by Darko Dragičević and Martin Sonderkamp
Supported by 3AM, Flutgraben eV. Berlin (DE), Quartier am Hafen, Cologne (DE), Collegium Hungaricum Berlin (DE), Goethe Institut Skopje

Description:
“Sonic Extensions” is a continuation of Dragičević’s and Sonderkamp’s performative work “Approximations” in which they focused on essential properties of the visual, the visceral and of movement as choreographic material. “Sonic Extensions” explores potential relations between body, sound, space and movement, and proposes specific ways of installing recorded text in various spatial situations and performative settings in order to modi…

Lecture: Pascal Gielen -"Civil Action Between Creativity and Criminality"/Предавање: Паскал Гилен „Граѓанската акција помеѓу креативноста и криминалноста”

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The lecture "Civil Action Between Creativity and Criminality” is part of the workshop session and lecture by Pascal Gielen "ART BEYOND THE CREATIVE CITY / ART, POLITICS AND URBAN LIFE " as part of the program" Art: Politics: Institutions: Body ",organised by LOKOMOTIVA-Centre for New Initiatives in Arts and Culture

As part of the session, closed workshops on the topic "Macro-Sociological Changes and Global Culture" and "Macro-Sociological Changes and (Art) Institutional Shifts" will be held on May 9 and 10, intended for a group of young professionals who are part of the program "APIB"

For more details:
https://artpoliticsinstitutionsbody.blogspot.mk/

General introduction into the Workshops/Lectures
Since the financial crisis started at the end of 2007 a lot of governments do budget cuts in the cultural and artistic field. Inspired by the critical social theory of Herbert Marcuse (1964), these policy decisi…

Lecture: Bojana Kunst - "Artistic institutions and the equality of gatherings" / Предавање: Бојана Кунст- „Уметничките институции и еднаквоста во собирите“

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LECTURE: "Artistic institutions and the equality of gatherings",
Bojana Kunst
in the frame of the sixth edition of the festival for feminist culture and action "ПРВО ПА ЖЕНСКО in collaboration with LOKOMOTIVA-Centre for New Initiatives in Arts and Culture

Abstract of the lecture
The lecture will be focused on the attacks on the artistic institutions, performances, performance festivals and other artistic events, which are all related to the rise of populism and nationalism in Europe. They often happen together with the criminalization of artists and re-evaluation of the national and state institutions. They are also related to the series of austerity measures and cuts into the non-governmental sector of culture, which are often used as series of re-evaluations and adjustments to the more hierarchical and populist understanding of art, throwing many artistic agents into invisibility and poverty and marginalizing their already precarious s…