MORNING SOMATIC PRACTICE 1
Looking for continuity in the turning points, and continuity between opposites and polarities: here and there, above and under, fast and slow, small and large. She invites participants to explore and embody the continuity through change, and embodied circularity. (based on Body-Mind Centering and tai chi principles with a research of body-based drawing)
Choreographer, performer and multimedia artist from Budapest // Onopordum Performance. She graduated as a landscape architect at the Corvinus University in Budapest. She later studied at the Academy of Contemporary Dance in Budapest. She works as a choreographer, performer, videographer and pedagogue. In 2021, she completed her editing studies at the Lumiere Film School. She is currently a DLA student and art researcher at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts and follows the Body-Mind Centering® program.
9.30 - 11.30
18.00 - 19.00
Simultaneous body-poetic micro-spaces framed by a sound-light installation and perceptual instructions. The tuning takes place in the time frame of 30–40 minutes.
Dejan Srhoj and Anja Bornšek will be with you.
Lecture – performance
‘MY PRESENCE NO LONGER HAS SHARP EDGES’
The uniqueness and authenticity of the creative process, or the unrepeatability of an event, are inevitable conditions for its existence. At the same time, it condemns it to a state of powerlessness within the modern industry of cultural products intended for constant mass reproduction.
Since 2002, Špela Trošt has been a producer of the Via Negativa association, a platform for research, development and production of contemporary performing arts. Since 2005 she has been working as a production manager and artistic director for performing arts at the Sploh Institute. She has co-created more than 50 projects within Sploh: music series, festivals, performances, intermedia productions, music CDs and workshops. Before devoting herself entirely to the work of a producer, she co-created more than 30 projects as an actress, playwright and assistant director.