Lecture Jadranka Andjelic, theatre director, Dah Theatre Research Centre,
Accompanied by photos, texts and video fragments from the performances
Includes video art work “KALI” by Vesna Tokin and Visual presentation
by Antonella Diana.
Dah Theatre Research Centre 2006
Directors: Jadranka Andjelić & Dijana Milosević
With: Aleksandra Jelić, Sanja Krsmanović Tasić, Maja Mitić,
Maja Grsić, Bojana Djurković, Lidija Milić, Ivana Milenović,
Katarina Pavlović, Donka Torov, Ivana Rasić
Musicians performers:Jugoslav Hadzić, Dragan Simeunović, Branimir
Production by Rocio Perez Solis, Compañía Nomad Teatro,
Las Palmas, Spain.
This project consists on an experimental work in the investigation line
on new scenic languages. At conceptual level it is spoken of the small
thing, of the world of the small things, of the birth of a human life,
of the world of the silence, the small noises, what is not said and also
of what is not made. Of the millions of our small and more vulnerable
Too many millions of girls are being hurt by adults, hit, recruited,
violated unknown. They don't have vote, they don't have voice, he/she
doesn't have election. It is not sentimentality it is fruit of an observation
of the nature of our society, an extremely serious complicity and lacking
compassion. The rights of the childhood are closely related with the woman's
rights. None will be reached without putting an end to all the discrimination
forms, especially the one that is based on the gender. The continuous
violation of the rights of the children reflects the mental state of our
Production Jadranka Andjelic Project, Dah
Theatre Research Centre, Serbia
"Oblivion, can be also, a profound form of memory." –
H. L. Borges. This performance explores the shapes of memory and oblivion.
Through a cube of Venetian blinds, actors and images appear and disappear.
Forgotten photographs come alive through artistic intervention. Performers
pass into image and fade. Projected from three sides, the photographic
paintings transform the space into a rich field of colours and forms -
an untouchable fabric – as our memory which is constantly transforming
THE WATER TEARS TEMPLE
Project of installation at the Teatret
OM Festival, Denmark
A mirage in the desert: it is the drips of the divinity water calling
us, tearing out whispering listen to her pains. Is a gap to capture the
voices of the ones which has no voice.
Rinkøbing Kirke, Rinkøbing, Denmark.
August 2006. Participation at the collective exhibition of modern and
traditional icon painting.DRØMMESTIER
Production Teatret OM, Denmark.