Open Call For Public Performance In Ljubljana

The artist duo Anne Fehres (The Netherlands) & Luke Conroy (Australia) are coming to Ljubljana, Slovenia, from October 10-12, 2023 for the BITE of Art 2.0 public performance festival. During the festival they will present “Unfolding” – a blend of experimental film and live performance. In the film a golden figure is led through a series of yoga movements by an off-screen narrator – a personification of air. During the performance, participants will be dressed the same as the on-screen performer, performing the same movements in physical space – blurring the boundaries between observer and performer.

For this performance we need your help!

We are seeking 10-15 people from Ljubljana to be part of this public performance.Participation is free, with everything provided.

WHAT: You will dress in a golden suit like the on-screen character in the film. At the beginning of the screening (15 minutes) you will join the crowd, then perform a series of yoga-like actions in sync with the on-screen narrative.You will be provided with all costumes and careful instructions by the artists, all as part of an inspiring and creative European festival. 

WHO: People of all ages, genders and experiences who have an interest in performance, yoga, dance, art and/or creativity. No prior performance experience is needed!

WHEN: You will perform on one day during the BITE of Art 2.0 festival in Ljubljana, Slovenia, October 10-12, 2023. The final performance will last approximately 20 minutes.

HOW LONG: Approximately 6 hours in total (2-hours for performance during festival, 3-hours for rehearsal in Ljubljana the day prior to performance and 1-hour for online introduction to project).

WHY:Challenge yourself for individual growth, have fun, meet new people, and engage in collective action around environmental issues.

HOW TO JOIN: Send an email to stating your name and age (and any questions you have). We will then contact you with more information.

This performance is being implemented within the BITE of Art project, whic is co-funded by the European Union.

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