Independent curator and editor, Krzysztof Gutfrański talks to Alexander Manuiloff, dramaturge, writer, and founder of Radar Sofia – a contemporary writing platform and residency programme in the heart of Sofia.
Æther is an independent art space located in the center of Sofia, Bulgaria. It was founded in 2016 by the artist Voin de Voin. Since then, Æther organized numerous solo and group shows presenting the work of international artists, scientists, and activists. A hotbed for critically engaged artistic and curatorial practices, Æther conceives the exhibition space an experimental platform.
A series of conversations with artist Janneke van der Putten about her fascination for voice, textile and nature.
This homemade amateurish podcast is designed for Schlosspost as a collaboration between choreographer Igor Koruga and art theorist Edith Lázár. This podcast is not depressive – it is about depression.
Lázár depicts traces of the 2000s fashion rave scene and senses a scenography of a dystopian world, while the performance reveals a potentiality of »queering« the body, a way of thinking sideways by unraveling pleasure and desires.
Igor Koruga is a choreographer and artist from Belgrade. Educated institutionally and noninstitutionally, who as an author and choreographer, a dance dramaturg, a performer, a pedagogue, a researcher, and as a cultural worker – fighting actively for better conditions and visibility of contemporary dance practices in Serbia.
An introduction to the publication Bodies of Evidence takes up the challenge to rethink corporeality today and underscore the intertwinement of aesthetics, politics, and ethics.
A look into the passionate choreographic work of Elena Morena Weber, which often unpacks questions of belonging and ancestry and concerns sensitive and emotional human states.
Instructions for a self-guided movement practice, a physical-mental session to experience yourself from new perspectives.
What remains from all the processes taking place during rehearsing when a play is finally premiered? Last piece of the rehearsal diary »Traces of a Water Spirit« by stage director Jeffrey Döring
What is a contemporary definition of a dramaturg when it comes to topics like intermediality and digitization? An interview with Jeffrey Döring by Carmen Kovacs.
A conversation with the two performers Till Wyler von Ballmoos and Cássio Diniz Santiago about diverse measurement and belief systems, and on the perception of time and different realities.
NEGRO (RSRJ RJRS) is an audiotext by María Salgado and Fran MM Cabeza de Vaca that is meant to be listened to with headphones and evolves around questions of body, gender and desire.
Milos Sofrenovic presented the performative essay »(DE)SIGNING TIME« for a single night in Stuttgart. This post published after the actual performance opens up parts of it to everyone.
Antoni Rayzhekov created a specially designed machine which is scanning the body and translating its curvature directly into sound. An interview with the artist together with performer Federica Dauri
Taigué Ahmed, a dancer and choreographer who grew up in Chad, uses dance as a medium to communicate his experiences and also shares this practice in workshops with refugees.
Performer Marko Milić and blogger/activist/performer Jelena Savic in a performative talk on activism, feminism, engaged art, and trauma.
This is the personal story of an unabridged enjoyable experience I had as an invitee at the lorgenale festival in Stuttgart, seen from within.
The Berlin based stage director Jakob Weiss says the process of developing a play on stage is like going on a journey. An interview about feeling at home in a social kind of art.
»In historical perspective of art, copy is something completely senseless…« A sophisticated and humorous »Story on Copy« with Mondrian and Duchamp by curator Jelena Vesić
If you find some dirty old socks at Venice Biennale Romanian artist Jean-Lorin Sterian might have paid a visit like he did in 2015. Have a look at the images.
As part of his research on how traumatic events shape our capability to observe the world, performer Marko Milić created drawings inspired by the Rorschach test.
»Where others see a living-room, I see a stage.« »Homemade Culture« is an interactive map for homemade arts and culture events worldwide by fellow Jean-Lorin Sterian.
»Homemade Culture« is an interactive map for homemade arts and culture events worldwide by fellow in the art, science & business program Jean-Lorin Sterian. Projects can be added to the map.