Saturday September 10
PASS IT ON
by Dragana Bulut
Presented in association with STANA
PASS IT ON is a performance realized as an auction, which deals with the question of authorship, the relation between the material and the immaterial, and the value of artistic object. The rules of the auction and the registration form will be available just before the performance. By registering you get a bidding number and become a potential owner of the items that will be presented at the live auction. Note that by registering you don’t oblige yourself to buy any item; however, you could find art at bargain prices and have fun, too.
Bring your cash, ‘cause it’s all for grabs!
Dramaturgy advice: Ana Vujanovic
The project is co-produced by HZT Inter-University Center for dance Berlin, Station- Service for contemporary dance Belgrade, City council Belgrade. The work was presented at Ausufern – Tanz Im August, HetWeem Theater Amsterdam, Ufer studios Berlin, Wunder der Prärie festival Mannheim, Panorama festival in Frankfurt, Antistatic festival, Sofia, festival Temps de D’Images, Dance Platform Zagreb, Croatia, Odliv Scene festival in Novi Sad, Kondenz festival Belgrade, Desire festival in Subotica.
Bulut will also present her work in Minneapolis at the Bryant Lake Bowl as a part of the FD13 residency on Friday, September 16 at 7pm.
Admission to this show is a non-monetary donation, but bidding in the auction requires payment in cash or electronically via paypal.
Non-monetary donation suggestions include: party snacks, party drinks like tasty lite summer beers, clothes for FREE Boutique, Tea tree oil, hard tennis balls for rolling out, dancer snacks for during rehearsal like sugar free nut butters, rice cakes, avocados, oranges, apples.
Dragana Bulut works with choreography and dance. She is from Belgrade (Serbia) and currently lives in Berlin, where she graduated from the MA studies Solo/Dance/Authorship, at Hochschulübergreifendes Zentrum Tanz Berlin (HZT), Universität der Künste Berlin. Since 2005 she develops her own choreographic work, which was presented in various national and international contexts (including: Tanzquartier Vienna, InTransit festival Berlin, euro-scene Leipzig, iDANS festival Istanbul, Kondenz festival Belgrade, Fabrik Potsdam, Danspace Project NY, eXplore Dance Festival Bucharest, Balkan DancemPlatform). Dragana has performed for Meg Stuart, Tino Sehgal, Ivo Dimchev, Charles Linehan among others. She won the Prix Jardin d’Europe 2010 European Prize for Young Choreographers, and received the 2004 and 2008 DanceWeb Europe Scholarship. She is also a member of the Station-service for contemporary dance Belgrade.
STANA is a non-profit arts organization established in 2016 dedicated to the creation and presentation of original dance works. STANA fosters dance through the work of Artistic Director Milka Djordjevich and her relationships with like-minded artists nationally and abroad. The organization is committed to redefining formal distinctions between dance and non-dance through experimental, interdisciplinary and process-based approaches to dance-making. Driven by the desire to enliven progressive dance practices in Los Angeles and beyond, the organization cultivates local, national and international connections.
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