international improvisation festival, 6th edition
Realised as part of the project Move the Neighbourhood.
Move the Neighbourhood is an Improspections project aimed at establishing an intergenerational, interdisciplinary and international dialogue, mainly through improvisation in music and dance media.
The starting point of every activity is the “human measure”, a man, the citizen of the neighbourhood who carries within, in the present, the history of the place and whose everyday life creates the identity of the place and points to the changes that occurred, as well as those that we want to occur.
21st January 2012, 12 pm
Home for the Elderly Maksimir, Hegedušićeva 20
Participating artists: Ante Krpan, Bruno Isaković, Chris Martineau, Iva Hladnik, Nives Sertić, Sylvain Meret, Tomislav Feller, Zrinka Šimičić Mihanović
22nd January 2012, 12 pm
Center for Culture and Information Maksimir
Participating artists: Ante Krpan, Bruno Isaković, Chris Martineau, Iva Hladnik, Nives Sertić, Svebor Szekely, Sylvain Meret, Tomislav Feller, Zrinka Šimičić Mihanović
Realized in collaboration with res urbanae at Otokar Keršovani square
Res urbanae is the social platform of the Association for interdisciplinary and intercultural research and Heinrich Böll Foundation which examines the concepts of togetherness, common goods, as well as the existing and alternative structures and forms of managing social, cultural and spatial resources in local communities. In the period from 19 to 21 June 2012 Improspections and res urbanae organized a number of performative activities at Otokar Keršovani square with an intention to indicate the suppressed potential of that urban space and the devastated urban intervention by Bernardo Bernardi that marks it.
19th June 2012, 7 pm
20th June 2012, 9.30 pm
21st June 2012, 7 pm
Participating artists: Bruno Isaković, Makiko Ito, Frederic Lange, Miro Manojlović, Sylvain Meret, Zrinka Šimičić Mihanović
Artistic directors: Sonja Pregrad and Zrinka Šimičić Mihanović
Partners: Center for Culture and Information Maksimir, res urbanae
Supported by: City of Zagreb, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia