Playing with the generally accepted laws and rules of theatre, a group of 20 ArtScience students is attempting to deconstruct the dynamics of the theatre space. The Theatre Machine is a multi-sensorial experience primarily focusing on the environment of theatrical space where light, sound, image and movement are the main actors while the audience is invited to stroll through this continuously morphing landscape and become familiar with it in a laid back manner.
The Theatre Machine is a hour-long performance/installation on Saturday 22 March that starts at happy hour (17.00) at the Kees van Baaren zaal of the Koninklijk Conservatorium, Den Haag.
Samiha Awad, Áron Birtalan, Luke Boorman, Victoria Douka-Doukopolou, John Fanning, Moritz Geremus, Angela Heerooms, Isabella Hissom Molina, Kasper van der Horst, Eveline Klop, Tatiana Kolganova, Natela Lemondzhava, Katinka Marac, Marius Mathisrud, Giselle Ripoll, Andreas Sahl Andersen, Yaprak Sayyar, Ronald Schelfhout, Thijs van Teijlingen, Phillip Vermeulen, Alexander Benjamin Vinther, Beng Yuenyong
Presentation of projects by master and bachelor students of the ArtScience Interfaculty and the Fakultet za medije i komunikacije in Belgrade.
For two weeks, these students have been exploring Belgrade (the ‘White City’) in all its facets, transforming their findings into a wide range of different works.
Free entrance to a programme with installations and performances from Maurice Abath, Naja Ankarfeldt, Manuel Beltrán, Filip Beronje, Natali Blugerman, Sofya Chibisguleva, Marcello Ghilardi, Katarina Marković, Marit Mihklepp, Stefano Murgia, Miloš Nikolić and Nicole Urban. Guidance and advice from Mirko Lazović, Robert Pravda, Aleksandra Prole, Taconis Stolk and Miloš Tomić.
Saturday 15 March 2014, 19.00h—21.00h at the Protokol, Terazije 34, Beograd, Serbia.
Robert Pravda and Taconis Stolk will give a lecture on the ArtScience Interfaculty at the Nova Iskra Incubator lecture series.
Thursday 13 March 2014, 17.30h. Nova Iskra, Gavrila Principa 43, Beograd, Serbia. Entrance free.