EDEN/ dance performance/

EDEN juxtaposes two worlds that are simultaneously present in the meeting between a performer and an audience. The here and now of the theatrical meeting collides with the realm of images that hover in the spaces within, outside and in-between the bodies. Working with these images through a figure of a clown, EDEN collides opposites and stages paradoxes playfully and with a sense of humor. EDEN is not a blissful state of rest. EDEN is a place of healing with a razorblade.

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Iskra Sukarova/ presentation/

Associated professor PhD Iskra Sukarova on this session will represent her work as one of the founders of the contemporary dance scene in Macedonia. Sukarova as choreographer will share her experiences in relation to the dance practices and theory through her work with Ana Vujanovic with who she has realized several collaborations in relation choreographer/dramaturge

Levi Gonzalez and Mariana Valencia, guests from USA as a part of the GPS program/ presentation/

In the frame of GPS project of cooperation between the USA and Eastern Europe in the field of contemporary dance and performance, Faculty of Music Arts (University St. Cyril and Methodius) and Lokomotiva (represented by Iskra Sukarova and Biljana Tanurovska – Kjulavkovski) will host two New York based artists, Levi Gonzales and Mariana Valencia. Read More

A Solemn Event/TELEMAMA/concert-like performance /

Telemama’s Solemn Event is a concert-like performance. Its appearance and content sublimate few elements of school performances from the socialistic era, in which the author have participated during her childhood years with many of her fellow-schoolmates. Within that relatively conservative mise-en-scene she sings her own songs, played on ukulele. Their main subject is the ongoing authoritarian political picture in Macedonia and the individual’s position in it.  Read More

“Save the dance” campaign/performance/

Save the dance’ campaign Performance deals with the current position contemporary dance has in the field of arts. We are questioning it from different perspectives as also we share different professional backgrounds. From the historical perspective one could claim that contemporary dance has survived many changes and it evolved to the point where it is almost only a mental activity and even completely conceptual. Read More