Nibiru III – LOUD RING – Project and workshop presentaion

A collective of of artists (Zsófia Tamara Vadas, choreographer, performer and dance pedagogue, Ábris Gryllus, media designer, musician, Márton Emil Tóth, visual artist, Anna Zsigó, dramatirge and Viktória Varga, dance pedagogue) have been working on an arts and arts pedagogy project during 2019 within the framework of the BE SpectACTive! Creative Europe partnership project. This international workshopping process is the third phase of a long collaboration of the artists, starting with a stage piece in January 2019 in Budapest, followed by an installation performance in Berlin, and now summoning in Nibiru III. – LOUD RING.

Nibiru is an interdisciplinary creative process based on presumptions and visions about the future of humankind and the Earth. In this phase the five artists have worked in four different European cities – in Novi Sad, Prague, Kortrijk and Budapest – with girls aged between 10 and 18. In the creative process the focus was not on the results to achieve but on learning through experiencing and present tense creation. The process has been a collective experiment based on the transitions through art genres and cross-generational knowledge transfer.

At the December event the collective gives account of the yearlong work process and method followed by the presentation of the children on stage of the findings of the Budapest workshop. An installation based on their work also can be viewed in the loft.

Place: Bakelit Multi Art Center
Time: 4pm-7pm 13 December

Schedule:
project presentation: 4pm-5pm
workshop presentation: 6pm-7pm

There is free admission to the event but due to the limited audience capacity please register your attendance in advance at info@sinarts.org

Creators: Gryllus Ábris, Tóth Márton Emil, Vadas Zsófia Tamara, Varga Viktória, Zsigó Anna

Realized in the framework of the European project “Be SpecACTive!”

Producer: SÍN Művészeti Központ
Co-producers: Bakelit Multi Art Center, Tanec Paraha, Buda Kortrijk, SKC Novi Sad

Supporters: Creative Europe Prorgramme of the European Union, Imre Zoltán programme of the National Cultural Fund, Trafó House of Contemporary Arts, Workshop Foundation, Katlan Group