If You Don’t Have a Masterpiece , Please Start out Something Else
2 April 2012 , The Red House
9.00 p.m. , Red hall
Idea, dramaturgy and directing: Galina Borissova (Bulgaria); Choreography by Ivonne Rainer (USA), Trisha Brown (USA), Deborah Hay (USA), Anna Sokolow (USA), Mary Wigman (Germany) and Isadora Duncan (USA); Interpetation and dance: Garage collective – Irena Cvetanova (Bulgaria), Nikolina Todorova (Bulgaria), Jana Pencheva (Bulgaria), Denica Dikova (Bulgaria), Denica Georgieva (Bulgaria), Krasimira Bakurdzhieva (Bulgaria)
A starting point for the lecture-performance If You Don’t Have a Masterpiece, Please Start out Something Else is the question of the original and the copy. Historical model examples of modern and postmodern dance will be subjected to perversion and subversion to propose that way a new context in which the contemporary artist appropriates originals by citing them. Commenting on what is already created and analyzing the present, this artistic project regards art as a question of time and signature. Can we be really original? The performance started as a part of “tri3avisim” – an initiative of the Guild for Contemporary Performing Arts at the Union of Bulgarian Artists which is supported by the Ministry of Culture and Etude Foundation.
Duration: 90 min.
Tickets: 8/6 BGN