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Meet the 2019 faculty of CCA’s Contemporary Performance Practices!

Image: Ivana Jozic. Photo: courtesy of Troubleyn/Jan Fabre

Image: Ivana Jozic. Photo: courtesy of Troubleyn/Jan Fabre


Ivana Jozic is a dancer and actress, born in Zagreb, Croatia. She studied dance at the School for Classical Ballet in Zagreb and London Contemporary Dance School, and acting in Drama Studio London.

She started to work with Jan Fabre in 2003 for the production Je suis sang (2003). Later she continued with other productions: Tannhäuser (2004), The Crying Body (2004),  Histoire des Larmes (2005), Requiem for Metamorphosis (2007), Orgy of Tolerance (2009) and Prometheus Landscape II (2011). She toured for 4 years with Fabre’s solo Angel of Death, a worldwide succes which won the Golden Laurel Wreath at the MESS International Theatre Festival, honoring the best overall performance. In 2008, Fabre had written and created another solo for her: Another Sleepy, Dusty, Delta Day. Ivana is part of Jan Fabre’s 24-hour project Mount Olympus (2015), and continues to work on other projects.

As an actress, Ivana Jozic appeared in Chantal Akerman’s movie-installation Women from Antwerp in November (2007) and in Pierre Coulibeuf’s Doctor Fabre will cure you (2013).

Learn more about TROUBLEYN/JAN FABRE (artistic director, Jan Fabre).

Image: Annabelle Chambon. Photo: courtesy of Troubleyn/Jan Fabre

Image: Annabelle Chambon. Photo: courtesy of Troubleyn/Jan Fabre


Annabelle Chambon is a French performer. She got in 1997 the Diplôme National d’Etudes Supérieurs Chorégraphiques at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Lyon (France).

Three years later, she joined the Troubleyn / Jan Fabre company for As Long As the World Needs a Warrior’s Soul. She then performed in Les Guerriers de la beauté (a film by Pierre Coulibeuf, 2001), Je suis sang (2001/2003/2005), Parrots and guinea pigs (replacement-2003), Tannhäuser (2004), The Crying Body (2004), History of Tears (2005), Orgy of tolerance (2008), Prometheus Landscape II (2011), and the succesful solo Preparatio Mortis (2005/2010), which is still touring. Annabelle Chambon is also part of Jan Fabre’s 24-hour project, Mount Olympus (2015).

Besides her work with Fabre she founded the Label Cedana, together with Cédric Charron and performed with Coraline Lamaison (Ex/stase, 2010; Narcisses 2.0, 2012), Kris Verdonck (I/II/III/IIII, 2008), Thierry de Mey (Ma mère l’oye, 2004) and others.


Image: Barney O’Hanlon. Photo credit:  Peta Coy . Courtesy: SITI Company©

Image: Barney O’Hanlon. Photo credit: Peta Coy. Courtesy: SITI Company©

BARNEY O’HANLON (Teaching Artist, SITI Company)

Barney O’Hanlon is from Cape Cod, Massachussetts (USA.) Barney graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA (with honors) in drama. SITI Company credits include Small Lives/Big Dreams, Culture of Desire, War of the Worlds: Radio Play, War of the Worlds, Cabin Pressure, Short Stories, Hayfever, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, bobrauschenbergamerica, Radio Macbeth, Room (movement), Seven Deadly Sins and Lilith (New York City Opera), Nicholas and Alexandra (Los Angeles Opera), Hotel Cassiopeia, Under Construction, systems/layers (director/choreographer), Antigone, Trojan Women, Freshwater, Who Do You Think You Are?, American Document (with the Martha Graham Dance Co.) A Rite (with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Co.) and Café Variations. Barney most recently choreographed the world premiere of Sarah Ruhl’s The Oldest Boy for Lincoln Center Theater.

Learn more about SITI (co-artistic directors, Anne Bogart + Ellen Lauren)

Image: Ivan Talijancic. Photo credit:  Maria Baranova

Image: Ivan Talijancic. Photo credit: Maria Baranova

IVAN TALIJANCIC (Artistic Director, CCA | Contemporary Performance Practices)

Ivan Talijancic is a time-based artist, educator and cultural producer working at the intersection of theater, performance, dance, music, film, video, installation art, new media, fundraising/development, curatorship and journalism in New York City and around the globe. Ivan completed his MFA in Directing from Columbia University / School of the Arts in New York City before co-founding WaxFactory, an international multidisciplinary theater for which he staged performance projects at numerous venues and festivals in New York such as PS122, Abrons Arts Center, Lincoln Center, and internationally at the ICA (London), Gulbenkian Museum (Lisbon), Centre Pompidou (Paris) and Adelaide Festival (Australia), among others. His first feature film, 416 MINUTES is currently in post-production. 

Alongside his work with WaxFactory, Ivan has maintained a dynamic career as an educator, having served on faculties at New York University / Playwrights Horizons Theatre School’s Devised Theatre Program, Barnard College, Brown University etc., and taught workshops nationally and internationally at Towson University (Baltimore), Fundateneo (Venezuela), Centro Julio Le Parc (Argentina), Gulbenkian Foundation (Portugal), Center for Drama Art (Croatia), among others.. He co-created the MINDFLOCK training method, which he teaches with the choreographer Alexandra Beller, and has recently been named the artistic director of Contemporary Performance Practices at the CCA/Creative Cultural Alliance, a European NGO dedicated to cultural exchanges and life-long-learning initiatives. As a writer, he contributes to several publications, including BOMB magazine, the Brooklyn Rail, HowlRound and Bachtrack (London.)

Learn more about WAXFACTORY (artistic co-directors, Ivan Talijancic + Erika Latta)