1. Season 2011/2012 Random Collision's Trilogy Project presented the works:
    'Endless Pleasure of Returns' by Wubkje Kuindersma
    'All of it' by Jasmine Ellis
    'An Opus for Seven Generators' by Osnat Kelner & Ariel Cohen

    The Trilogy Project is Random Collision’s yearly residency project.
    2012 is the second edition. The Trilogy Project gives choreographers the chance to develop their own choreographic concept each within a six-week residency. The Trilogy Project performance is the result of their process and is an exciting evening of world premieres by fresh promising talent in the field of choreography. One of these choreographers will receive the opportunity to join the Random Collision collective as a resident choreographer in Groningen to continue developing their work for the coming years.

    Trilogy Project 2012 is supported by:
    Gemeente Groningen, Fonds voor Cultuurparticipatie, Club Guy & Roni

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  2. Season 2011/2012 celebrated the second edition of Random Collision's Trilogy Project, presenting the works:

    'All of it' by Jasmine Ellis
    'Endless Pleasure of Returns' by Wubkje Kuindersma
    'An Opus for Seven Generators' by Osnat Kelner & Ariel Cohen

    This video by Jan Klug gives you an impression of the proces of these choreographers

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  3. Season 2010/2011 celebrated the first edition of Random Collision's Trilogy Project, presenting the works:

    'Blank Paper' by Fernando Martins
    'Vis-à-vis. Meetings with A' by Anna Réti
    'Stew of Mollusks' by Ido Batash

    This video by Jan Klug gives you an impression of the proces of these choreographers

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  4. Season 2012/2013 celebrated the third edition of Random Collision's Trilogy Project, presenting the works:

    'How to be/loved' by Antoinette Helbing
    'Vaval' by Leo Lerus
    'Crows Nest' by Hansel Nezza

    This video by Jan Klug gives you an impression of the proces of these choreographers
    Video times:
    0:00 interview Antoinette
    3:13 interview Leo
    6:24 interview Hansel

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  5. Season 2011/2012 Random Collision's Trilogy Project presented the works:
    'How to be/loved' by Antoinette Helbing
    'Crow's Nest' by Hansel Nezza
    'Vaval' by Léo Lérus

    Trilogy Project 2013 was the third and last edition of the Trilogy Project.
    The project gave three choreographers throughout the season the chance to develop their own choreographic concept each within a six-week residency. The Trilogy Project performance is the result of their process and is an exciting evening of world premieres by fresh promising talent in the field of choreography.

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Trilogy Project

Random Collision

Trilogy Project is Random Collision's yearly residency project, which provides three choreographers per season with a six week residency period in the studio to develop their own choreographic concept and at the same time create an exchange with public…


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Trilogy Project is Random Collision's yearly residency project, which provides three choreographers per season with a six week residency period in the studio to develop their own choreographic concept and at the same time create an exchange with public via studio activities.

During the first three weeks of residency the choreographer will focus on research, which he or she will then present publicly during the Random Collision Studio Presentation. The remaining three weeks are meant for the creation of a new work based on the choreographer's research.
At the end of the season the finished works of all three choreographers will be shown during a full evening program.

http://www.randomcollision.net/trilogy-project/

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