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!
Here I am, in beautiful Rijeka, happy to be a part of “Make a Move” project (co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union) as a representative of the University of Arts in Târgu-Mureș, Romania.
The first days were wonderful, and I have a feeling that the Rijeka Lab will be top-notch! The atmosphere is relaxed and everyone is friendly; the “vibes” 🙂 are very good. The artists, the organizers and the evaluators are working hard, but also having a good time – it’s one of the best combinations of work and play I have ever seen!
I’ll let the photos below tell you more about this wonderful experience, until we ‘e-meet’ again! 🙂