17 October 2011 | Monday 20:30
MSUFA Bomonti Campus, Şebnem Selışık Aksan Stage
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Maria Baroncea, Dragana Bulut, Eduard Gabia.
The recipient of last year’s Prix Jardin d’Europe Award within iDANS the E.I.O collective is back in the festival with the premiere of their new production. The collective continues their research about the contemporary value of art and the status of artists as workers.
Eionometry means that we gather together, measure, act, and evaluate in order to create disruptions in existing systems of value and redistribution of information and money flow. We might get rich, smart or happy only through the redistributed cognition and knowledge between individuals, artefacts or tools of the environment. (E.I.O)
This project is co-produced by AFCN – Administratia Fondului Cultural National, Bimeras | iDANS with the support of Jardin d’Europe & Culture Programme of the European Commission, eXplore dance festival, 4Culture Association. Supported by POINT 4 space, subRAHOVA Station- Service for contemporary dance Belgrade, the Inter-University Center for Dance Berlin in the frame of the study course MA SODA and Work Space Brussels
Sellers: Aykut Cemal İleri, Buket Kırıkkayaoğlu, Dilek Balkır, Hakan Korkmaz, Hayrettin Balkır, Mehmet Sever, Metin Eyku, Musa Gümüş, Özcan Tülay Yiğittap, Sema Tüfekçi, Uğur Kaslı.
Maria Baroncea is the manager of her own time, working on things that interest her in a mostly slow tempo. For the moment she owns the pseudonyms and the projects such as The BUREAU of Research and Manifestation of the Continuous Present, Feldefel Production, Miercurea Lejera, PFA Ana Maria Manuela Baroncea, Rectifier Crew, Eio - one hour society.
Eduard Gabia rectified in 97 as specialized man, he became a tool, not a human being, working non-stop since the day he was born. He lost the fight with the reality and now he is totally a fiction.
Dragana Bulut is a freelance choreographer and performer from Belgrade, Serbia. Since 2004 she is developing her own choreographic work which has been presented in different local and international contexts. She was recipient of the DanceWeb Europe Scholarship in 2004 and 2008. She is a member of Embassy Of and Station- service for contemporary dance Belgrade. She currently lives in Berlin, taking part in MA SODA studies.