Zagreb Dance Center, April 12 (Tuesday) at 22:00
Helge Hinteregger: sound
Damir Bartol Indoš: lateral movements
Tanja Vrvilo: adversary in the game
Ivan Marušić Klif: video
This Kriegspiel presents all 55 diagramms of the moves drawn in the Game of War by Guy Debord and Alice Becker-Ho, subtitled as “a list of succeeding positions of all forces during the game”. What we perform is a represantion of war: „Ludimus effigiem belli“.
[That army], which relished battle (rasāhavā), contained allies who brought low the bodes and gaits of their various striving enemies (sakāranānārakāsakāyasādadasāyakā), and in it the cries of the best of mounts contended with musical instruments (vāhasāranādavādadavādanā).
Damir Bartol Indoš, was born in 1957 in Zagreb. He was one of the main members of the influential neo-avant-garde performance troupe Theatre Kugla / Kugla Glumište and co-created and performed in many of the groups projects. During the 1980′s – as a pioneer of ‘hard faction’ theatre – DB Indoš created a series of performances with Group Kugla. Then, as DB Indoš House of Extreme Music Theater, from the 1990s, he created a series of projects and world tours with a variety of foreign and domestic artists and musicians (including Elliott Sharp, Charles Gayle, Helge Hinteregger, Zlatko Burić, Henning Fremann, Pere Motion Yorgens, Nicole Hewitt, Vilim Matula, Ana Karić , Tanja Vrvilo, Emil Matešić, Irma Omerzo and Selma Banich).Since 2005, in coproduction with Culture of Change, he has been making performances in collaboration with the actress and film curator Tanja Vrvilo which connect the performance styles of alternative performers, actors, dancers and musicians.
Helge Hinteregger. Saxes, Sampler. Since 1995 he is concentrating on electronic, sampling, improvisation. Collaborated a.o. with: ZOSB, The Comforts of Madness, Tony Buck, Steve Nobel, Uchihashi Kazuhisa, Otomo Yoshihide, Wayne Horwitz, Samm Bennett, Franz Hautzinger. Music for theater, video, soundinstallations. Beside making music, Hinteregger is involved with the Music Information Center Austria as project-manager and festival-organizer. Lives in Vienna.
Coproduction with The Culture of Change / The Student Centre of Zagreb University
Supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum Zagreb