//Rijeka Lab//Work&Play//

We are entering the second phase of the Rijeka Lab: yesterday, we met the local artists and I am thrilled (again!) to be a part of such a wonderful community. The Rijeka Lab is all about site-specific performances, a very trendy concept. As this summer I was myself a part of a workshop on site-specific and immersive theatre, led in Bozhentsi, Bulgaria, by Simón Adinia Hanukai (US/AZ), I am all the more interested in what ‘Make a Move’ has to ‘say’ in this area. So far, so good: the locations are amazing (rooftop, shop window and the former Opera in Rijeka) and the working process looks very promising. You can see below some photos documenting the work we are all doing. For visual info on our ‘free time’, please visit //obiectivsubiectiv//, my photo blog!

About Anda Cadariu

Anda CADARIU is a writer, a translator and a lecturer at the University of Arts in Tîrgu-Mureș, Romania. She holds a BA in Romanian and English Language and Literature (UBB Cluj-Napoca), an MA in Cultural Anthropology (University of Bucharest) and a PhD in Theatre Studies (University of Arts in Tîrgu-Mureș). She has published essays, fiction, reviews and interviews in the following journals and magazines: Echinox, Vatra, Bucureştiul Cultural (supplement of 22 magazine), Observator Cultural, Respiro, Cultura, etc. Within the University of Arts in Tîrgu-Mureș, Anda Cadariu teaches both graduate and undergraduate students (Translation Workshop – Playwriting MA, as well as English, Film Studies and Cultural Anthropology – BA level). She has participated in several international theatre conferences, was and is involved in European projects and she has contributed to the translation into Romanian of Bonnie Marranca’s 'Ecologies of Theatre' (Timișoara, 2012). She is a contributor to LiterNet online magazine and publishing house (www.liternet.ro). One of her short stories was translated into Czech and featured on the website of the Romanian Cultural Institute in Prague. She has coordinated the translation into Romanian and publication of several plays, among which the 2018 Pulitzer Prize winner 'Cost of Living' by Martyna Majok. She also has a photo blog: https://obiectivsubiectiv.wordpress.com/.

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