:::It could be something very minimal:::
Choreographed and performed by Viktorija Ilioska, Max Smirzitz and Patrick Faurot
08 June, 21h, Kino Kultura
The performance is part of the program ART..POLITICS..INSTITUTION..BODY, organised by LOKOMOTIVA-Centre for New Initiatives in Arts and Culture
Curated by Biljana Tanurovska Kjulavkovski
“It could be something very minimal” is the long-term performative research collaboration between Viktorija Ilioska, Max Smirzitz and Patrick Faurot dealing with affective permutations and modulations of bodies and space. The project is fungal, growing, shrinking and reforming each time according to the demands of its milieu and the cross-tendencies of its assemblatic relations. It is their subjective intra-active being in reductionism, virtuosity, aesthetics, immersion, plasticity and cheapness. This time there is a laser show and a costume change.
Viktorija Ilioska, Max Smirzitz and Patrick Faurot met at the Institute for Applied Theater Studies and are working together since 2017. So far, they have staged three performances of their research “It could be something very minimal”. The fourth and fifth instalments will take place in Skopje and Frankfurt am Main, respectively. Combining their experiences in dance and choreography, experimental electronic music, digital projection and theoretical research, their work establishes a highly affective space and relation to the audience. Their interests are diverse and often shifting, but always return to the potentiality of the body and bodies.
The performance is presented in Kino Kultura- project space for contemporary performing arts and culture in frame of program “Art Politics Institution Body”, organized by Lokomotiva- Centre for New initiatives in Arts and culture in collaboration with Skopje Pride Weekend 2019 | Glittering Wounds
Poster design Nemanja Trajković