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CONTEMPORARY PERFORMANCE PRACTICES

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CONTEMPORARY PERFORMANCE PRACTICES

Artistic Director: IVAN TALIJANCIC (WaxFactory, New York)

As we gain solid footing within the landscape of the 21st-century time-based art, it is evident that traditional definitions of genres and disciplines are being transcended in favor of multiple, fluid, hybrid art forms. Along with the resurgence of site-specific, devised, immersive and virtual-reality projects, the role of the performer is rapidly evolving, away from being simply an interpreter of scripts / scores to becoming a co-creator of work – one whose contributions are integral to the vision and identity of the new creations.

CCA’s Contemporary Performance Practices (CPP) program aims to acknowledge and expand the performing arts canon, tracking current trends and discovering new ones, for the benefit of contemporary performers and performance-makers. We will be offering intensive education, taught by prominent international practitioners and educators, focusing on developing strategies for jump-starting new work from scratch by layering compelling visuals, vivid relationships, coherent text, and propulsive narrative. 

This Summer’s edition of CPP is a two-week summer intensive training geared towards a broad range of performing arts students and practitioners, from 1 - 13 July 2019. On behalf of CCA, it is my privilege to invite senior members of two of the world’s leading performing arts companies, Anne Bogart’s SITI Company (New York, USA) and Jan Fabre’s TROUBLEYN/JAN FABRE (Antwerp, Belgium) as our faculty. Taking place in the historic Filodrammatica venue in the center of the picturesque, sun-drenched coastal city of Rijeka, Croatia, each teaching artist will spend one entire week focusing on intensive training and knowledge-sharing of their companies’ respective methodologies. While Bogart’s and Fabre’s philosophies approach performance-based work from different angles, both companies are deeply committed to developing truthful, compelling, rigorous visions for the stage, honoring the performer’s intuition and intelligence to advance their development as co-creators rather than merely interpreters of work. I chose these two companies for our program’s inaugural edition, as I find their visions to complement each other in a way that will afford participating artists a well-rounded preparation, inspiring them to generate their own unique creations in the future. We look forward to welcoming you in Croatia this summer!

Ivan Talijancic, Artistic Director, Contemporary Performance Practices @ CCA (Croatia) / Co-founder, WaxFactory (USA)


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CPP TEAM

ELLEN LAUREN, Co-Artistic Director, SITI Company
MICHELLE PRESTON, Executive Director, SITI Company
BARNEY O’HANLON, Actor and Teacher, SITI Company
IVANA JOZIC, Dancer, Actress and Teacher, TROUBLEYN/JAN FABRE
MARK GEURDEN, Company manager, Laboratorium, Internal prevention advisor, TROUBLEYN/JAN FABRE
DANIELA UREM, Executive Director, CCA
IVAN TALIJANCIC, CCP Artistic Director, CCA


2019 PARTNERS

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Image credit: A performance still from WaxFactory’s 2010 production of QUARTET v4.0 (after Heiner Müller, director: Ivan Talijancic) at Abrons Art Center, New York, USA. Pictured: Erika Latta as Merteuil + Todd Peters as Valmont. Photo by Tasja Keetman.