Novo kazalište theatre

Directors

Dalibor Martinis
  • Name
  • Dalibor Martinis
  • Show
  • Videoinstallation Simultaneous speech
  • Joined group
  • 7/7/2004
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Dalibor Martinis is a transmedia artist and a video maker. He has exhibited his videotapes, video/interactive and site-specific installations in many international exhibitions such as Sao Paolo Biennale, Dokumenta, Venice Biennale, and film/video festivals in Berlin, Tokyo, Montreal, San Francisco, and Locarno etc.
 
Martinis received several international awards (Tokyo Video Festival 1984, Wroclaw 1991, Triest 1996, etc.) and his videos have been broadcast by national televisions in Europe. He held numerous personal shows, performances and screenings, and participated in many international exhibitions (Biennales: Sao Paolo, Venice, Kwang-ju, Thessaloniki, Cairo; Dokumenta/Kassel, etc) and film/video festivals (Berlin, Tokyo, Montreal, Locarno etc.). He had grants from Canada Council (1978) Jaica (Japan 1984), and ArtsLink (USA, 1994 and 2010). He was guest professor at Academy of Drama Arts/Zagreb, and Ontario College of Art/Toronto; presently teaches at Academy of Applied Arts/Rijeka. He was awarded with several international awards (Tokyo Video festival 1984, Locarno 1984, Alpe Adria Film festival/Triest 1996). 
 
His works are in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art/New York, Stedelijk Museum/Amsterdam, ZKM Karlsruhe, New York Public Library, The Museum of Contemporary Art/Zagreb, Kontakt/Erste Bank etc.

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Aleksandar Denić
  • Name
  • Aleksandar Denić
  • Show
  • Adio, cowboy!
  • Joined group
  • 7/7/2004
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Aleksandar Denić is a prominent production designer whose work has comprised of feature films, theatre, exhibits, interior design, architecture and television commercials. Denić was nominated for Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Art Direction for a Mini Series or a Special for Rasputin, which received a Golden Globe Award for Best Mini Series or Motion Picture made for TV. He was set decorator for Underground, which won a Golden Palm at the Cannes Film Festival and Best Foreign Language Film at the Boston Society of Film Critics Awards. Denić has also worked on Die Rote Zora, Agi & Ema, Deathwatch, Byzantium Blue, Once Upon a Time and We Are Not Angels. Denić’s theatre work includes Sexual Neuroris of our Parents, Instant, Talents and Admirers, Mirandolina and Hitler & Hitler. He has worked on over 100 television commercials, including Renault-Clio, Coca-Cola, SAS and Lucky Strike.

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Numen / For Use
  • Name
  • Numen / For Use
  • Show
  • Black Beast Sorrow
  • Joined group
  • 6/14/2013
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Numen/For Use is a Croatian-Austrian design collective working in the fields of scenography, industrial and spatial design and conceptual art.
 
The group first formed in 1998. as a collaborative effort of industrial designers Sven Jonke, Christoph Katzler and Nikola Radeljković under the banner For Use.
 
In 1999. they establish Numen as a collective identity covering all projects actualised outside the sphere of industrial design.
 
The group's early enterprises are characterized by experiments with impersonal design and radical formal reduction, deeply rooted in the tradition of high modernism and mainly applied to various synergetic total-design projects in Croatia.
 
From 2004. onwards, after setting up a large scale site-specific project for the production of “Inferno” in the National Centre for Drama in Madrid, Numen/ For Use become intensely involved with scenography. Further realisations in theatres across Europe ensue.
 
Since 2008. the collective turns its focus towards configuring objects and concepts without a predefined function, an activity resulting in the more hybrid and experimental works such as the Numen-Light series and Tape Installation. 
 
Parallel to these publicly exposed ventures, the group wins several international awards for their accomplishments in the field of industrial and set design.

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Siniša Ilić
  • Name
  • Siniša Ilić
  • Show
  • Čudnovate zgode šegrta Hlapića
  • Joined group
  • 6/14/2013
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Siniša Ilić works in the fields of visual and performing arts and as stage designer. Through his work he deconstructs social phenomena and mechanisms, such as forms of labour and violence in society, concepts of education, etc. His works are often oriented towards collective and collaborative selforganized projects with co-authors from different artistic fields of visual arts, but also theory, theatre and performance. Co-founder and member of editorial board of TkH (Walking Theory) art and theory platform from Belgrade through which he realizes part of his artistic activities. Co-author with B. Djordjev project Desert of Picture. MFA in painting at Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade. Artist in residence: Kultur Kontakt, Vienna, ISCP, New York, Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart. Born in 1977 in Belgrade. 
 
Selected stage design: 2012: Ana Vujanović and Saša Asentić, “On Trial together” with Nataša Murge Savić, TkH and Perart at SNP, Novi Sad; 2011: Saša Božić and Dora Ruždjak Podolski, “Rent a Friend”, directed by Anja Suša, Kazalište za decu Trešnja, Zagreb; Goran Ferčec, “Letter to Heiner Mulleru” directed by Bojan Djordjev, ZKM, Zagreb; James Joyce “Exiles”, directed by Bojan Djordjev, JDP, Beograd; 2010. Martin Sperr, “ Lovske scene s Spodnje Bavarske/Jagdszenen aus Niederbayern,”, directed by Ivica Buljan, Prešernovo Geldališče, Kranj, 2009 Aleksandra Janeva, “2žene2brata2metra”, INK, Pula; Mark Ravenhill, “Pool No Water”, directed by Đurđa Tešić, National tehatre Belgrade; 2008. Ivan Kušan “Lažeš Melita”, directed by Bojan Đorđev, Little theatre “Duško Radović”, Beograd; 2008. Yukio Mishima “Markquise de Sade”, directed by Ivica Buljan, SNG, Ljubljana; 2007/8. “Evropa” “Rio Bar” i “Žena bomba”, by Ivane Sajko, directed by Bojan Đorđev, CZKD and TkH.

More about his work: sinisailic.blogspot.com; sinisailic.wordpress.com

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son:DA
  • Name
  • son:DA
  • Show
  • In the solitude of the cotton fields
  • Joined group
  • 6/14/2013
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Since 2000 Miha Horvat and Metka Golec work under the name son:DA.
 
In galleries son:DA's solo and group works were presented at MSUM+MG Ljubljana, Škuc, Kapelica and Kibla Slovenia. In Bitforms Gallery and The Kitchen Gallery New York, MACRO Rome, Museum of Contemporary Art Solun, Renaissance Society Chicago, Tate Modern London, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Kunstraum Bethanien and Sonambiente Berlin, Kunstlerhaus Vienna and Kunsthaus Graz, Press to Exit Skopje, P74, MGLC Ljubljana and UGM Maribor.
 
Since 2009 they worked on stage/in theater with Ivica Buljan, Robert Waltl, Sanja Neskovic, Niko Gorsic, Jurij Soucek, Maayan Danoch aka DANCE COMPANY and with betonLTD.  Works were presented at the theater festivals in Havana, Seoul, Zadar, Maribor and the places/spaces around the world.
 
More about their works can be found here.

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Slaven Tolj
  • Name
  • Slaven Tolj
  • Show
  • Women’s comedy - workshop
  • Joined group
  • 6/16/2013
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Slaven Tolj (born in 1964), a multimedia artist from Dubrovnik, Croatia. He achieved international recognition for his installations, body art, and performances presenting distinct political and social-cultural criticism.
 
The beginning of Slaven Tolj’s work, as an artist, was determined by his experiences of the Yugoslav War, the Siege of Dubrovnik by the Yugoslavian army in the years 1991-1992, as well as the disintegration of former Yugoslavia. In the course of the late 1990s Slaven Tolj gradually extended the scope of his art, incorporating themes and issues related to political transformation and the emergence of multiculturalism and globalization.
 
Slaven Tolj has also been involved in organisational and curatorial activities. He is one of the founders of Art Workshop Lazareti in Dubrovnik – a key institution for contemporary art scene in Dubrovnik and Croatia.
 
In 2005 he was the commissioner of the Croatian pavilion at the Venice Biennale.

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