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29, 30 June and 1, 2 July
LJUBLJANA in BARCELONA
New date: Monday 2 July at 21:00 in Antic Teatre
we present the project "Glej, across the border"
3 SHOWS AND PRESENTATION OF WORKSHOP "LAST RESORT"
[+] ABOUT GLEJ THEATRE
Glej Theatre is Slovenia’s oldest independent theatre. Founded back in 1970, this experimental venue and production house has hosted through the decades numerous young theatre creators, many of who are now Slovenia’s most renowned theatre practitioners; among others: Dušan Jovanović, Janez Pipan, Eduard Miller, Nevenka Koprivšek, Matjaž Pograjc, Bojan Jablanovec, Tomi Janežič, Sebastijan Horvat, Diego DeBrea.
Glej produces and hosts research theatre projects of up-and-coming directors, who can apply to Glej’s open call. Glej offers a stepping-stone to young directors with professional working conditions, enabling quick and effective personal artistic growth and providing an entry point to a successful theatre career.
Current artistic director Marko Bulc’s vision is to keep Glej a daring urban theatre, dedicated to theatre research and promoting the new and marginal. Glej brings audiences an unusual theatre experience, while offering creators a space of uncensored freedom of creation.
[+] ABOUT ANTIC TEATRE
Antic Teatre - Espai de Creació is an independent Cultural and Social Centre based in a national heritage listed building, dating from 1650, in central Barcelona. It has a multifunctional hall, bar, terrace and garden. It also boasts a hall for artistic residencies, AdriAntic, on the outskirts of the city.
Antic Teatre is one of the reference points for the independent stage of today, a resource centre for multidisciplinary arts dedicated to exhibiting and supporting the research, creation, production, promotion and dissemination of performing and visual arts that are committed to the search for new languages of the body, new drama or new technologies while avoiding standardised techniques and the repetition of established methodologies. Circus, clown, object theatre to new developments in music, visual arts and literature; and that deal with society, culture, politics and contemporary thought.
It supports young, up-and-coming talents; experienced independent creators who lack structural backing; and established artists with a recognised and extensive career in the field.
|★MONDAY 25 to MONDAY 2 JULY|
La Central del Circ
Moll de la Vela 2 08930
Sant Adrià de Besòs
The workshop is free
Artists taking part should
Public presentation of work:
WORKSHOP WITH BORIS KADIN
Organised by Antic Teatre and Glej Theatre
As part of the programmed activities for the second part of the cav_a -
The aim of the workshop is to generate an exchange framework that will strengthen communication and facilitate the sharing of information and experiences through participation in a formative creation process.
The results of this workshop will be shown to the general public in the Antic Teatre performance hall on Monday July 2nd at 21:00h.
The workshop focuses on researching the relationship between the social / political /neoliberal experiments that have led to negative economic consequences (as for example in Spain, where the 90s economic boom has given way to total economic ruin and widespread unemployment) and the individual Utopias resulting indirectly from these negative consequences; considering both aspects as inconsistent, as oxymoronic.
Boris Kadin will be working with multimedia for this project. The workshop will be based on use of images, video recordings, views of real and imaginary places, and in deciding the rules for the Last Resort game.
|★ FRIDAY 29 JUNE|
Concept and direction: Boris Kadin
Duration: 50 minuteswww.glej.si/en/events/performances/144/94/scream →
Scream is based on the Oslo 2004 theft of Munch's existentialist painting The Scream. The painting will be displayed at Munch’s showcase at the London 2012 Olympics. Scream aims to present the story of Zlatan Jašarević, the man who stole the painting but was never arrested. The man, who destroyed this painting. Scream discusses the relationship between Munch’s biography, the story of the painting’s conception, the media response to the theft in 2004, Zlatan Jašarević’s story and his connection to the woman, who was, at the time of the theft, a museum guard. Scream talks about the cause and effect link between the artist and the person who, a hundred years later, steals his painting.
Boris Kadin is an international artist, project author, performer and curator. He works in different art disciplines (performance, video art, photography, cabaret). He is also the cofounder and curator of New Media Gallery (Zadar), member of HDLU (Zagreb), cofounder and copresident of Mavena →
|★ SATURDAY 30 JUNE|
Directed by: Marko Bratuš
Duration: 40 minutes
What happens when the Koper air, the freshness of Maribor, the Ljubljana basin and excellence in puppetry meet? This spring, exclusively on Glej's stage, a unique revolutionary spectacle (with a limited budget): 4 actors for 64 roles. A spectacular hymn to the worker’s revolution, overthrowing the leading class and dragging Russian workers from the mud to the front door of the utopian commune. A hundred years later, we are faced with a similar situation. The Commune didn’t come to much, communism and socialism replaced by capitalism, the economy in crisis, workers not getting paid for their labor, the falling standard of living, with elites getting larger and larger pieces of the pie.
Marko Bratuš graduated in dramaturgy at the Ljubljana Academy of Theatre and went on to do a BA in Radio Directing in 2006. As a script writer, he has worked on eight short and one full length film production. He has directed two documentary films (Elena, about a paraplegic running for president and Walking on water, about a blind model who wants to appear in the paraolympics). As dramaturge, he has collaborated on eight performances, while directing two (Krpan vs. Brdavs and Misterio Bufo). He has also written, adapted and directed some radio plays. (in 2004 his Night Tariff play was shortlisted for the Prix Italia). He is also the selector for the Linhart amateur theatre competition. His comic “alter ego” (Smaal Tokk) appears on the Slovene national television.
|★ SUNDAY 1 JULY|
AJDA ROOSS, JASNA VASTL, BRANE VIŽINTIN
Directed by: Ajda Rooss, Jasna Vastl, Brane Vižintin
How Jaromir sought happiness is a poetic show inspired by Peter Svetina’s homonymous story. The stargazer Jaromir keeps looking at the stars from his attic room, seeking happiness. Each day, he is visited by misses Jarmila, who helps him with housework. On a cloudy day, when no stars appear in the sky, Jarmila turns his telescope elsewhere, to a magical walk through stories of small, secret moments. He is suddenly shaken, as if hit by a comet: was happiness within his reach all this time? The performance is without text, therefore appropriate for international audiences.
Ajda Rooss is a versatile artists, working mainly on puppeteering as a dramaturg, director, puppeteer, writer, pedagogue. She graduated dramaturgy at the Ljubljana Academy of Theatre. She collaborates with numerous institutions (the Ljubljana and Maribor Puppet Theatres) and NGOs (Glej Theatre, Konj Puppet Theatre, Fru-Fru Theatre).
|★MONDAY 2 JULY|
“Open-up” - Reflections - the artists and the public
OPEN PRESENTATION OF RESULTS FROM THE
"LAST RESORT" WORKSHOP
The results of the Last Resort workshop, held between June 25th and 29th by Boris Kadin, one of the most representative names in contemporary Slovenian performance art, and various professional artists and creators, will be shown on Monday July 2nd at 9pm at the Antic Teatre.The workshop focuses on researching the relationship between the social / political /neoliberal experiments that have led to negative economic consequences (as for example in Spain, where the 90s economic boom has given way to total economic ruin and widespread unemployment) and the individual Utopias resulting indirectly from these negative consequences; considering both aspects as inconsistent, as oxymoronic. Boris Kadin will be working with multimedia for this project. The workshop will be based on use of images, video recordings, views of real and imaginary places, and in deciding the rules for the Last Resort game.
This event forms part of the activities programmed for the second half of the international exchange cav_a – Catalan & Balearic Artists Visiting __ Artists (initiated by Antic Teatre, Barcelona) and Glej, Across the Border (initiated by Glej Theatre from Ljubljana, Slovenia).
The workshop has taken place with the collaboration of “La Central del Circ”.
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