1. A Future Archeology

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    Photography, Editing, Direction: Thomas Martius Camera: Benjamin Bayer Dramaturgy: Katrin Wächter Voiceover, Piano: Neal Wach The title "A Future Archeology" assumes that given (social) structures are to be excavated in order to comprehend their constructedness. Referring to the experience of the social and political crisis in Egypt and Europe, Silke Bake, Ismail Fayed, Adham Hafez and Peter Stamer initiated the international project "A Future Archeology" to embrace the needs and potentials for difference. Together with Igor Dobricic, Samir El-Kordy, Christine Standfest, and Bettina Vismann, they set out to explore questions such as: What kind of society do we want to live in? What are the conditions we need to create for our lives? The group of artists from the fields of choreography, architecture and theatre tried to address these challenges through building spatial structures in Berlin, Vienna and Cairo. In March 2013, they met for their first extensive research and working period at Uferstudio 14 in Berlin. The video "A Future Archeology" by Thomas Martius documents, gives insight into and reflects on this first phase of the project.

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    • Jeremy Xido + Igor Dobricic: Residencies In Depth

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      An expedition through the history of colonial Portugal, the travelogues of Burton Holmes, the films of Bruce Lee and Jim Kelly, the Detroit race riots/rebellion, Berlin documentary film crews in Africa, and the blood-thirsty mechanisms of international film finance. The Angola Project is three-part solo performance, with the third part co-commissioned and produced during residencies at EMPAC. The performance is a fusion of film and narrative, tales and fragments, joining together and crumbling away. Having its roots in the tradition of travel lectures that emerged in the 19th century, CABULA6 invites the audience on a journey into Jeremy Xido’s real-life attempts to finance a film and confront the truths of mortality in the 21st century. Curator: Ash Bulayev http://empac.rpi.edu/events/2013/fall/angola-project

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      • ANGOLA PT 2 WORK SAMPLE

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        "The Angola Project belonged to the pearls of the [Impulstanz] festival.... CABULA6 shows with its Lecture Performance that just through verbal narration with image and video support, a thrilling choreography can emerge." Der Standard "The marvelously quixotic attempt of an artist trying to figure out what he wants to say and how best to say it…The Angola Project, derives its structure and meaning from the disparate layers stacked up by Mr. Xido and then spread out to create a jostling collage, one that is intimate yet informed by sweeping issues surrounding class, race and identity." NY Times "A multidisciplinary performance series...revealing a vulnerable and magnetic personality." Dance Enthusiast "A wonderfully roundabout departure from traditional theater." Eye on Dance PART 2, "Angola" : delves deeper into Xido's quest to construct a feature film script as he travels to Angola along the Benguela Railway - currently being rebuilt by Chinese construction companies. Xido - the sole onstage performer in this entire series - must carefully navigate the minefield of international film financing, constantly reconfiguring his script and feature film pitch accordingly. www.angola-project.com New York Times : http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/15/arts/dance/cabula6s-angola-project-at-dance-new-amsterdam.html?_r=1&

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        • THE ANGOLA PROJECT, Part 3

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          Created by Claudia Heu, Igor Dobricic and Jeremy Xido, The Angola Project playfully straddles the worlds of performance and film-making as the audience watches a movie being constructed from fragments of film and narrative right before their eyes, only to crumble again into disarray. A trilogy of solo performances playing with and tearing apart the tradition of Travel Lectures that emerged in the 19th century, The Angola Project leads the audience on a very personal journey into Xido's real-life attempts to finance a film and confront the truths of mortality. It is a dizzying expedition through the history of colonial Portugal, the Travelogues of Burton Holmes, the films of Bruce Lee and Jim Kelly, the Detroit race riots/rebellion, Berlin documentary film crews in Africa and the blood-thirsty mechanisms of international film finance. A funny and moving investigation into global events and the complex and often unexpected polycultural mash-up identities emerging in the 21st century. The Angola Project pushes the limits of story telling as desire and dream-making slams into the deadly realities of heartbreak. PART 3: "XIN - Heart of the Matter" : is a work-in-progress of the creators' intent to produce a disastrous failure - maybe discovering something true and valuable among the ruins. Part 3 begins with a trip through the side of a mountain in Southern China...but not really. It actually begins with heartbreak and the end of story telling. It is an act of courting failure as perhaps the only way out, the only viable way into the future. XIN is an attempt to drop one's guard and just get to the very heart of the matter. www.angola-project.com

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          • THIS IS NOT A ROMANTIC PROJECT

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            video documentation of THIS IS NOT A ROMANTIC PROJECT- a performance project by Fanni Futterknecht WUK Vienna October 2012 performance : Fanni Futterknecht, Camilo Latorre theoretical advice: Igor Dobricic, Nienke Scholts sound: Tomate van Monte support realisation objects and costumes: Thomas van der Jeught production management : Joachim Kapuy video and video montage: Ewa Stern

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            • trailer_THIS IS NOT A ROMANTIC PROJECT

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              a performance project of Fanni Futterknecht concept and installation: Fanni Futterknecht performance:Camilo Latorre, Fanni Futterknecht dramaturgical advice: Igor Dobricic, Nienke Scholts sound design:Tomate Van Monte light: Martin Schwab

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              • Fanni Futterknecht - THIS IS NOT A ROMANTIC PROJECT

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                a performance project by Fanni Futterknecht WUK Vienna October 2012 performance : Fanni Futterknecht, Camilo Latorre dramaturgical advice: Igor Dobricic, Nienke Scholts sound: Tomate van Monte support realisation objects and costumes: Thomas van der Jeught production management : Joachim Kapuy video and video montage: Ewa Stern

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                • ASFIXIA - TRAILER

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                  Concept and choreography Guillaume MARIE Created in collaboration and performed by Gaël DEPAUW, Marika RIZZI and Suet-Wan TSANG Music Greg SMITH Trumpet performer:Susana SANTOS SILVA Dramaturgy Igor DOBRICIC Costumes Cédrick DEBEUF Make-up Rebecca FLORES Light design Sandie CHARRON Scenography Gisèle TREMBLEAU Production Lien JUTTET Graphism Grégoire GITTON Pictures © G&G Thanks to Anna Le Houerf, Pascal Labrunie, Isabelle David, Stéphanie Gitton, Franck Delâtre, Gisèle Vienne, Etienne Bideau-Rey, Jan Fabre, Guilherme Bothelo, Jean-François Munnier, Laura Ragno/Ateliers Bas et Hauts, la Ferme du Buisson-Scène Nationale de Marne-La-Vallée and all the theater teams that hosted us during the residencies. Premiere @ Emmetrop, Bourges (FR) on May 11th 2011 Production Tazcorp/ Coproductions Ballet de l'Opéra national du Rhin-Accueil studio, Centre national de danse contemporaine d'Angers-Accueil studio, Centre de Développement Chorégraphique de Toulouse-Midi Pyrénées With the support of ADAMI, DRAC Ile de France-Ministry of Culture, Foundation Bleustein Blanchet- Bourse à la vocation, Foundation of France-Bourse Déclics Jeunes, Foundation Beaumarchais-SACD, Emmetrop/Bourges In partnership with the City of Strasbourg, Micadanses/Paris, Centre national de la danse/Pantin, Danse-Dense/Pantin for studio time. Contact: Lien JUTTET Tazcorp/ 211 rue Saint Maur 75010 Paris (FR) +33 (0)6 64 24 06 42 productiontazcorp@gmail.com FOR MORE INFOS: tazcorp.org

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                  • HAIR - an opera in 3 acts

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                    CABULA6 © 2011 - 2012 www.c6hair.com HAIR [1] – an Opera [2] in 3 Acts [3] ACT 1: IN THE SALON; collecting Opens on April 1st, 2011 as CABULA6 walks into 15 Hair salons all over the city of Vienna and convinces them to contribute hair, sounds, images, hair-stylists and advice. ACT 2: IN THE THEATER; transforming Opens tonight, July 6, 2011 in the Museum rooms of WUK. Over the next 72 hours, the Vienna Wig will be created by two Wig makers working around the clock. During these 72 hours, you have the opportunity to literally be part of the Vienna Wig [4] . The Act closes on July 9th 2011 at 11pm here in these rooms with the completion of the Vienna Wig. We invite you to return for this finisage / closing ceremony and witness the consummation. ACT 3: IN THE MUSEUM; exhibiting Opens on July 10th, 2011 as the Wig makes it’s inaugural appearance in renowned Österreichisches Museum für angewandte Kunst /Gegenwartskunst , before commencing on its world tour through art Epilogue Follow the journey of the wig online through the most important museums of the world at c6hair.com. [1] Originally, “Hair” is a title of a rock musical by James Rado and Gerome Ragni. A product of the hippie counter-culture and sexual revolution of the 1960s, several of its songs became anthems of the anti-Vietnam War peace movement. The musical’s profanity, caused much comment and controversy. The musical broke new ground in musical theatre by defining the genre of “rock musical” and inviting the audience onstage for a “Be-In” finale. [2] Opera is an art form in which singers and musicians perform a dramatic work combining text (called a libretto) and musical score. Opera incorporates many of the elements of spoken theatre, such as acting, scenery, and costumes and sometimes includes dance. The word opera means “work” in Italian (it is the plural of Latin opus meaning “work” or “labour”) suggesting that it combines the arts of solo and choral singing, declamation, acting and dancing in a staged spectacle. [3] According to Aristotle, act-uality, in contrast to potentiality, is the motion, change or activity that represents an exercise or fulfillment of a possibility, when a possibility becomes real in the fullest sense. [4] To get a haircut and become a part of the installation, talk with Anna. Cast Wig Carrier: Claudia Heu | Wig Maker Night: Gabriele Martin | Wig Maker Day: Charlotte Miklau | Hair Cutter: Laura Claire Bakmann, Muhammed Saraç | Hechler: Jeremy Xido | Musician: Martin Fabini, Michael Pinsky, Fabian Sparlinek | Anna: Anna Feldbein | Camera: Michael Pinsky | Photo: Maximilian Pramatarov KONZEPT/CONCEPT: IGOR DOBRICIC, CLAUDIA HEU, MICHAEL PINSKY, JEREMY XIDO DRAMATURGIE/DRAMATURGY: IGOR DOBRICIC SOUND INSTALLATION: EARZUMBA FOTOS/PHOTOS: MARTIN FABINI, AMREI PLATTNER PRODUKTION/PRODUCTION: ANNA FELDBEIN, LISA LENGHEIMER, AMREI PLATTNER ASSISTENT/ASSISTANT: THOMAS KOECK GRAFIK-PROGRAMM/GRAPHIC-PROGRAM: MICHAEL PINSKY GRAFIK-FLYER/GRAPHIC-FLYER: ROLAND SCHMIDT BLOG: MANUEL HARTMANN, JEREMY XIDO PODESTE/PLINTHS: CHRISTA HIRNSCHALL, MARC HULLIGER ÜBERSETZUNG/TRANSLATON: AXEL FUSSI, transculture

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