On October 12th and 13th, Zachęta - National Gallery of Art in Warsaw, Poland, will present Ivana Müller's installation-performance Hors-Champ. On Sunday 13th, election day in Poland, Ivana will give a workshop sharing some of the questions and thoughts, working methods and practices on which she based this performance.
Performance and workshop are part of the program Project X, curated by Magdalena Komornicka and Gosia Wdowik, presenting works of artists such as Yasmeen Godder, Zuza Golińska & Magdalena Łazarczyk, Florentina Holzinger, Anna Karasińska, Agnieszka Kryst, Ivana Müller, Ramona de Barbaro & Aleksandra Borys, Joanna Piotrowska, Magdalena Ptasznik, Michele Rizzo, Miet Warlop, Weronika Wysocka.
Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 October 2019 - performances at 16:00 / 17:00 / 18:00 / 19:00 hrs.
Ivana Müller will give a "SODA LECTURE" at the Berlin-based HZT on January 16th at 6pm Body, Text, Collective - Choreographing the Imaginary
In her lecture Ivana Müller will take the idea of “invisible” as a point of departure, and speak about the practices of choreographic and theatrical writing as processes through which we reveal and deal with different kinds of invisible(s). How are theatrical and social representations related to the invisible processes build through collective and individual imagination? How is an artist choosing material tools in order to shape the immaterial? Where do imaginary and invisible meet. What do we really share in theatre? How to work on structures that are not telling us what to think but open the fields of new points of view. Using the examples from her own work Ivana Müller will talk about how a stage work e...
Tanzforum Berlin produced a very nice video interview with Ivana Müller at the occasion of the performances of Conversations Out of Place at Tanzfabrik Berlin in October 2018.
This video is a collaboration between apap – Performing Europe 2020, co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union, and Tanzforum Berlin in the frame of the project “Digitalisation and Performing arts”.
Et c'est parti pour 7 nouvelles représentations de 'We Are Still Watching' d'Ivana Müller : 4 à Poitiers (ce soir et demain au TAP - Théâtre Auditorium de Poitiers dans le cadre des Rencontres Michel Foucault - La mécanique des émotions) puis dans dix jours, les 18 et 19 novembre, 3 fois à São Paulo, Brésil (au Festival Contemporâneo de Dança).
PARTITUUR is entering its 7th year of existence: created in 2011 for the Tweetakt Festival in Utrecht, the piece continues enchanting young and adult audiences around the world (Holland, Belgium, France, Croatia, Norway, Italy, Czech Republic, United States, Portugal). This autumn we will create a German version for Schauspiel Leipzig, but before that we will go to Montataire (28 and 29 March, at Le Palace, as part of the Kidanse festival organized by CDC L'Échangeur) and Grenoble (27 and 28 May, as part of Le Grand Rassemblement, organized by CCN2).
The unstoppable We Are Still Watching : 12 and 13 November - in Spanish - at La Casa Encendida in Madrid (ES), 25 November - in Hungarian - at MU Theatre in Budapest (HU), 10 December - French - at Rive Gauche in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray (FR). And on January 26th, Brussels will host Belgium's first French version of the piece during La Nuit des idées 2017 at WIELS.
Ivana Müller's new creation premiered on 20 January at SZENE Salzburg and is currently on tour : 29 and 30 January at Fabrik Potsdam (DE), 26 February at BUDA Kunstencentrum, Kortrijk (BE), and 22, 23, 24 and 25 March at La Villette, Paris (FR). We'll keep you posted about the upcoming dates in France, Italy and Germany.
« The play with fragments of stories, the layered reflections of the imaginary and the artfully-contradicting narrations in staged tableaux can be freely interpreted. These all are full of humor and in a quiet, calm way graceful and enchanting. It is by no means a dry discourse theatre overridden by theory but instead lovably playful. » Frank Schmid, Kulturradio, January 2016
Ivana Müller's "Partituur" is back on the road: 5, 6, 7 November 2015 - Le Prisme, Elancourt (FR) / 14 & 15 November 2015 - Théâtre de Poche, Hédé-Bazouges (FR) / 22 & 23 January 2016 - Teatro Municipal, Porto (PT) / 23 & 24 January 2016 - Teatro Maria Matos, Lisbon (PT) / 30 January 2016 - Le Gymnase, CDC, Roubaix (FR)
Partituur (meaning ‘score’ in Dutch) is the first and so far the only project by Ivana Müller made for children, commissioned in 2011 by the Tweetakt Festival in Utrecht. It is a performative system/game for participants from age 7+, a social choreography in which there are no spectators and performers in the classical term of the word but in which everybody ‘simply’ takes part. www.ivanamuller.com
This week Ivana Müller started the very first rehearsals for her new creation, EDGES, that will premiere in January 2016 in Salzburg. First residency this month, June 2015, at the Ménagerie de Verre in Paris. Next residencies will take place at La Villette (Paris, FR), Musée de la Danse (Rennes, FR) and BUDA (Kortrijk, BE).