In cooperation Ana Dubljević and Milan Marković Matthis.
September 2014 - Theoretical and artistic research residency program in Athens, Greece.
IDENTITY.MOVE! offers a transnational platform for theoretical and artistic research in the field of contemporary dance and related performing arts focusing on the 'Eastern Belt' of Europe: Bosnia and Hercegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Hungary, … Continue Reading ››
A machinery of fictional and real bodies
Premiered Januar 18th 2014
This isn’t gonna end well is a performance in which Alexandre Achour creates a machinery of fictional and real bodies. Who are the main actors here? Performers, spectators, curators, fellow artists, producers, technicians… How are we all involved in setting the stage not only of … Continue Reading ››
A 5 min gala show.
Authors: Ana Dubljević and Milan Marković Matthis
Premiered January 24th 2013 at Bitef teatar as a part of AEIOU - the night of performances by Dragana Alfirević, Ana Dubljević, Igor Koruga, Dragana Bulut and Miloš Sofrenović.
read the text: in Serbian
Performance Not Called The Bitter Cunts is a theater performance inspired by a book "Bitter Cunt" by Swedish author Marie Sveland
Authors: Nina Marković Matthis, Ana Dubljević, Bojana Lazić, Dalija Aćin and Milan Marković Matthis
A docu-impro session for children 4+ (and adults)
Premiered 2010, Little Theatre Dusko Radovic
Choreography: Dalija Aćin Thelander
Performing: Dalija Aćin Thelander, Milan Markovic (real time intervention with audio material)
Voice: Marisa Acin
Video material: Dalija Acin Thelander, Marisa Acin
Back up: Walking Theory (Bojan Đordjev, Sinisa Ilic, Ana Vujanovic)
Unique, intimate and provocative performance Who would want a mom like mine? … Continue Reading ››
Fuck the privacy until it becomes public
Premiered April 8th 2010 in Bitef Theatre
Concept and choreography: Dalija Aćin
Dramaturgy: Igor Dobričić (NL/Ser)
Performed by: Zoe Gudović (queer activist), Bojan Djordjev (theatre director), Miloš Lolić (theatre director), Milan Marković (dragaturge), Maja Pelević (playwright)
At a particular moment, some months ago, a particular group of people got invited to enter a … Continue Reading ››