The Divert collective organizes ANTISEZONA, a project which brings an all-year-round programme of presentation and contextualization of contemporary dance and related performative practices to the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb and TALA PLE(j)S.
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Divert is involved in the following Life Long Burning activities:
Open House with Valentina Miloš
Divert Zagreb and Nomad Dance Academy Slovenia invite to a discussion with Valentina Miloš, Sonja Pregrad, Silvia Marchig and Gregor Kamnikar.
PSR in Skopje: A Missing Institution
Lokomotiva (Centre for new Initiatives in Arts and Culture) and Firstborn Girl (Festival of Feminist Culture and Action) teamed up with MOT Festival. They set up the performance platform A Missing Institution. The dramatic advisors Jette Büchsenschütz and Maeve Johnson are participating and will follow up with an article, a reflection on the contemporary performance scene of Skopje.
Sindri Uču performs live & online
Transforming digital space of livestream into mobile house theatre, where technician, cameraman and performer – all the same person – dissect potentials of that multi layered media format.
Domino. Open Doors at Modular School
With: Boris Barukčić, Ela Đimoti, Dora Pocedić, Nika Špekuljuk, Linda Tarnovski, Sara Trbara and Jovana Zelenović.
The participants, who joined the programme led by Aleksandra Janeva, had the opportunity to present their work. This event was a space for exchanging knowledge and experiences, a space for mutual support and opening questions in cooperation with other participants and the independent scene in Croatia and abroad. Participants have self-curated and organized the weekend in which visitors had the opportunity to meet them through very different formats.
Expose. Remembering topologies
Dora Đurkesac and Tea Kantoci were discussing with the artists after every performance during Improspections festival. They generate collaborative material which was interpreted afterwards at the closing session and shaped into a publication/zine, using interdisciplinary knowledge (art, design and museum studies).
Cyborg Dancing by Luka Švajda: Matèrie ecrite and immediate irreality
Improspections invited Luka Švajda to share his artistic research project with students of the Department of Animation and New Media and the Department of Dance, within a four-day workshop and a public presentation.
As a part of the larger research project investigating how dance operates as a meaning-making mechanism, the workshop focused on the notions of matèrie ecrite (written matter) and immediate irreality. Matèrie ecrite is an invention of the French avant-garde artist Pierre Guyotat; however, this oratory, visceral, and rhythmic lexicon (i.e., a method of writing) was repurposed, allowing to experiment with different forms and media.
Close encounters of the dance kind by Laura Kirshenbaum: Faune/ In the garden
The lab embarked on a sensorial exploration in Zagreb’s botanical garden, using the different physical and vocal tools that were at hand in the artistic research of Faune/in the garden.
The garden is a vibrant and vivid ecosystem where multiple events take place; everything, everywhere, all at once: Participants opened up their field of vision – from the insect perspective to what’s there – on top of trees, the skin took an active part in the garden’s landscape and imaginative ears covered each centimetre of our bodies in order to tune in to the lowest sound, touch introduced us to the plant’s textures and their different shapes.
Alone and together, close to the plants and to each other, participants were traveling in the garden’s paths and its ever-changing tempor(e)alities.
Capacity Grid, On The Outset, Outsetters Abroad
Performance Situation Rooms, Choreographic Conventions