Produced by Marlon Barrios Solano
In While We Were Holding It Together, a tribute to the power of the imagination, Ivana Müller subjects notions of body and mind, and the relationship between the two, to a closer inspection. This results in a poetic, humoristic and philosophical production that draws the audience into Müller’s clear logic. While We Were Holding It Together creates images in becoming, always changing, depending on who is looking. Is it a rock band on tour? A picnic in the forest? A hotel room in Bangkok? We look, imagine and re-invent while searching for what is hidden and for what we want to see.
Balkan Dance Platform 2009 At the Balkan Dance Platform 2009 in Novi Sad, Serbia, I interviwed Tomislav Meda & Ivana Ivković, authors and performers of the collaborative dance/theater group from Croatia. They closed the Balkan Dance Platform 2009 with a sophisticated pieces called “1 poor and one 0”. http://badco.hr/works/1-poor-and-one-0/ http://www.balkandanceplatform.net/ Directors: Tomislav Medak & Goran […]
I interviewed interdisciplinary artist Ivana Müller while she was in New York presenting her piece “While we were Holding it Together” at the “Crossing the Line” festival . She expands on her very clear conceptual approach to performance. http://www.associationlisa.com/ivana/ About the Artist: Ivana Müller is a choreographer, artist and author of texts. She grew up […]
In 1 poor and one 0 BADco. returns to the scene of the first film ever shot – Workers Leaving The Lumiere Factory: the factory gates. The first moving images ever made show workers leaving their workplace. The movement of the workforce from the place of industrial work into the world of film: the starting point for the problematic relationship between cinema and the portrayal of work.