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8. 4. – Ne misli, da bo kdaj mimo, Kinodvor, Ljubljana
22. 3. – Tomaž Grom, Kavč festival, Ljubljana
13. 3. – Tomaž Grom, Osnabruck, Nemčija
8. 3. – Zdej loh spokam zdej loh grem, Stara mestna elektrarna, Ljubljana
5. 3. – Ne misli, da bo kdaj mimo, Kinodvor, Ljubljana
23. 2. – Oholo!, MENT, Ljubljanski grad, Ljubljana
21. 2. – Zveze: Tea Vidmar in Tomaž Grom, Taktišče, Hupa Brajdič, Ljubljana
20. 2.- – Ne misli, da bo kdaj mimo, Kultruni dom Franca Bernika, Domžale
19. 2.- – Ne misli, da bo kdaj mimo, Kinodvor, Ljubljana
15. 2. – Tomaž Grom spremlja film Trpljenje device Orleanske, Kinoteka, Ljubljana
8. 2.- – Ne misli, da bo kdaj mimo, Kultruni dom Franca Bernika, Domžale
6. 2.- – Ne misli, da bo kdaj mimo, Kinodvor, Ljubljana
2.–3. 2. – Na delo!, Hangar teatri, Triest, Italy
3. 2. – Zvokotok: Steve Reich, Cankarjev dom, Ljubljana

19.6.2023

U.F.O. - Hommage to Katalin Ladik, Somerszene Salzburg, Austria

U.F.O.- Hommage to Katalin Ladik
19.6. 2023 at 7 pm, Somerszene Salzburg, Austria

Concept, Choreography, Performance: Irena Z. Tomažin, Jule Flierl 
Light: Gretchen Blegen 
Sound: Nicola Ratti 
Costume: Jean-Paul Lespagnard
Historical advisory, dramaturgy: Kata Kasznahorkai
Production menegment: Alexandra Wellensiek, Špela Trošt

A production by Irena Z. Tomažin + Jule Flierl in co-production with SOPHIENSÆLE (Berlin), Zavod Sploh (Ljubljana), Charleroi Danse Centre chorégraphique de Wallonie-Bruxelles (Brussels), PACT Zollverein (Essen). Supported by Hauptstadtkultur Fonds.
The Hungarian-Serbian poet and performer Katalin Ladik is considered the “Yoko Ono of the Balkans” and a pioneer of noise and performance art in Southeastern Europe: With the “SoundBodyPoetry” of her radical body art performance UFO Party from 1969, she shook the artistic scene at the time and established methods of experimental voice work and physical performance already in the 1970s.
In their first collaboration, German sound dancer Jule Flierl and Slovenian choreo-vocalist Irena Z. Tomažin celebrate their shared interest in Ladik's artistic position: a homage that blurs the boundaries between poetry, acting and experimental voice work, while continuing the two artists' own research into the physical experience of language and the articulation of different layers of the voice.

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