CRITICAL ENDEAVOUR WORKSHOP
(PART OF JARDIN D’EUROPE)
24.-28.09.2012 / 10:00 – 17:00 / WASP

The (hi)story of dance

IGOR DOBRIČIĆ (RS/NE)

* Activitate din cadrul proiectului Laboratoare de formare profesională, cercetare coregrafică și scriere critică co-finanțat de Administrația Fondului Cultural Național.
< back to programme Pe parcursul celor cinci zile, vom demara o serie de diversiuni discursive - o călătorie comună, un „parcours" spre încă ne-imaginat istorie/poveste a dansului „in the making". Regulile jocului vor fi stabilite la fața locului, în timpul workshop-ului. During the five days, we will embark on a series of discursive diversions - a shared journey, a "parcours" toward the not yet imagined (hi)story of the medium in the making. The rules of the game will be established on the spot, in the workshop itself. Igor Dobričić a studiat dramaturgia la Academia de Artele Spectacolului din Belgrad și Studii de Teatru la DasArts din Amsterdam, Olanda. Ca dramaturg, colaborează regulat cu coregrafi / producători (Nicole Beutler, Keren Levi, Christoph Leunberger, Guillaume Marie, Alma Sodeberg ș.a). Igor Dobricic, studied dramaturgy at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, (former) Yugoslavia and Theatre Studies at DasArts in Amsterdam, Netherlands.. Between 1995, and 1999 he worked as a dramaturge for the Belgrade International Theatre festival (BITEF). From 1999 onwards he is living and working in Amsterdam. Till December 2008 he was a program officer for the arts at the European Cultural Foundation. Between January 2009 and December 2010. he was, in a role of a research fellow with the Amsterdam School of the Arts, realizing a long term research project 典able Talks・. On an ongoing basis, he is regularly collaborating as a dramaturge with a number of choreographers /makers (Nicole Beutler, Keren Levi, Christoph Leunberger, Guillaume Marie, Alma Sodeberg a/o). For the last four years he is systematically developing collaborative performance practice with choreographer Diego Gil and in a same time teaching concept development and philosophy to a students of the Amsterdam School for New Dance (SNDO).