Mass - screendance “rapids’’?

Humans have no nature, only history” – José Ortega y Gasset by Svetlozara Hristova

To dance away the burden of being

Time is the pure (a priori) form of inner sense, i.e., our awareness of our own inner mental states. Time is the a priori formal condition of all appearances in general. – Kant, Critique of Pure Reason A…


Left alone to ourselves

Art serves man to rise and ascend spiritually above himself, to use what we call spiritual will.  –  Andrei Tarkovsky by Svetlozara Hristova

The freedom to be yourself and the right to live in dignity

No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.  – From the “UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS” A shot from Waiting for color concept and implementation…


Waiting for Color – gravitational and driving forces

Dance, cinema, screendance, activism – one of the unifying characteristics between these concepts is often the movement. We may say that these are arts and forms of movement, or at least forms in which movement has a fundamental role. In some direction, at some pace, towards or moving away, inwards to the core or beyond, with purpose and intention, or in the grip of chaos? Kosta…


For the poetry of a movement

Universal, beautiful, quiet, ordinary, communal, stripped down, inviting, multiplying, different, close, meditative, soothing, focused, mesmerising, connecting, loving, tender, caring, fragile, here and now, deep. This is a movie-song for the world, a movie-pause from the world or a movie-stroll in the world. Navigation... It is a sublime poetry of the movement, of the landscape shots and the…


The moving atmosphere in heights and depths

All we know of ourselves is just a certain little surface and there is a whole under-earth of complexity to us that, by definition, keeps out of our sight. It is actually absent to us. It comes through dreams. – John O’Donohue ……


Corpus – the beginning of all beginnings

Bodies don’t take place in discourse or in matter. They don’t inhabit ‘’mind’’ nor ‘’body’’. They take place at the limit, qua limit: limit – external border, the fracture and intersection of anything foreign in a continuum of sense, a continuum of matter. An opening, discretness. – Jean-Luc Nancy, Corpus