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24.10.2020, 19:38:10   |  Photo: Dragan Dragin  |   Category: Dramaturgy, Space & context, Interdisciplinarity, Process of making, Education, Art & Society

Hungry Hearts

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I’ve talked with Eva Urbanova - dancer, choreographer, dance maker who was one of the residents taking part on this year Coaching Residencies about her work on the piece which she recently presented as her final work on HAMU ( Academy of Performing arts - Music and Dance department). We've dwelled into the process of her work and topics she was addressing in her work together with eight performers coming from different backgrounds. We’ve talked about the numb hectic skin avoiding encounter and vulnerability of becoming intimate with the other in her choreographic process. 

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30.4.2019, 18:38:36   |  Photo: Boris Ondreička, Zuzana Žabková  |   Category: Dramaturgy, Space & context, Interdisciplinarity, Process of making

About us

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Moving the body whose nail fell down because the tongue was growing under it. Fergus Johnson is a freelance artist, dancer and drifter based in Berlin. He is thinking about the dichotomy of vagueness/clarity, the importance of play and playfulness and finding meaning within cloudy logic. He is interested in bodily states, ‘vibing’ (i.e. the mechanisms of communication within social settings), club culture and music. Fergus took part in this year interdisciplinary residency Incubator 2019 in Žďár nad Sázavou together with Eva Priečková - Slovak performer, dancer and choreographer with whome they together create EVGUS - us as a singular being, us in relation to each other, us as a nexal point in relation to the universe.. You can read an excerpt from Evgus diary on what was this journey on obscurity about or where it actually brought us?

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