NEWS

Migration

a video installation in collaboration with Emily Neufeld

October 5th-19th

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مدارِ بَسته

تاتر مستقل تهران میزبان نمایشی با شیوه های معاصر تاتر به کارگردانی پگاه طبسی نژاد خواهد بود. ‘’مدارِبسته’’ از پنجشنبه ۱۴ بهمن ماه، ساعت ۱۸:۳۰ اجراهای خود را آغاز می کند. طبسی نژاد ده سال پیش با اجرای نمایش ‘’کاریزما’’ در ایران، هلند و کانادا نگاه متفاوت خود را به هنر نمایش بیان کرد. حالا پس از سال ها کارگردانی در کانادا، ‘’مدارِ بسته’’ را به روی صحنه می برد. این نمایشِ ۷۰ دقیقه ای به نویسندگی و کارگردانی او حکایت از هویت انسان معاصر در جامعه ی امروز ایران دارد. جمعی بازیگران ِجوان، شبانه در مکانی عمومی تصمیم به ضبط ویدیویی مداربسته از خود می کنند. بازی شروع می شود اما هر چه پیش تر می رود پیچیده تر می شود تا جایی که…
در این اجرا علی تبریزی به عنوان مشاور کارگردان و طراح نور، صبا علیزاده به عنوان طراح صدا و موسیقی، فرهاد فزونی به عنوان طراح گرافیک و حسن جودکی به عنوان مدیرتولید او را همراهی می کنند. خرید بلیط از سایت تیوال

حامي پروژه: گلديران
(بخش فروش تجاري- b2b)

 

Shared STudio

Artist Talk/Collaboration @ SHARED STUDIO PORTALS NYC/TEHRAN:

PEGAH TABASSINEJAD AND CAITLIN MASLEY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2014 AT 06:00AM/2PM

In December 2014, Shared Studios launched the global public art project, Portals, enabling conversations between Tehran and New York City. Portals are shipping containers equipped with specialized communications technology. Individuals enter one at a time and converse with a person in the other location as if in the same room.

In Performance at shared studio on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2014 at 06:00am/2pm:
PEGAH TABASSINEJAD AND CAITLIN MASLEY are talking/collaborating online at portals!

Caitlin Masley’s installations of wall drawings and hanging sculptural elements examine images of reconstructed forms of facades, abandoned topographies and a new mobile population’s evolving global landscape. In the tradition of Daniel Liebeskind’s Chora series, Lebbeus Woods’ drawings and Greg Lynn’s speculative animations, Masley’s work takes one step further to create a physical construct that provokes a dialogue of moments between structure and audience. She holds a Masters of Fine Art from the University of Arizona and a Masters of Science in Design and Urban Ecology from Parsons/The New School. She is the recipient of several grants and fellowships, including an Emerging Artist Fellowship from the Socrates Sculpture Park, a Pollock-Krasner Fellowship, and the LMCC Swing Space Residency. Masley has been artist-in-residence in Austria, Germany, Quebec, Norway and Switzerland, as well as had exhibited at MoMA PS1, Storefront for Art and Architecture, Urban Institute of Contemporary Art, HVcc Foundation, Kingston Museum of Contemporary Art, and the HDLU Museum in Zagreb, Croatia, among others. She is also the founder of studioMAPstudioSWAP which is part of the Parsons/DESIS Lab/CSI Incubator program.

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Monitoring [A Doll's House]

Monitoring [A Doll’s House]

Monitoring [ A Doll’s House ]
Oct.19-21
50 hour Live installation accompanying 3 scheduled performances @ 8pm @ SFU Woodwards- STudio T

for more information please visit:
http://decoymagazine.ca/events/monitoring-a-dolls-house/

>> follow the process of
Monitoring [a doll’s house] @
http://synchingnora.wordpress.com/
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New Project Coming up:

October 19-20-21, 2012, @ 8pm at SFU Woodwards- Studio T

Monitoring [a doll’s house]
Based on Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House

Pegah Tabassinejad’s MFA Thesis Project

more news coming up soon and fill out the empty space. So does the cast and crew list! come back soon!!

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MAY 5th at SFU Woodwards

“a doll’s room”
Based on Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House

Directed by Pegah Tabassinejad
Dramaturgue: Nazli Akhtari

Stage Manager: Cherry Song
Technical Director: Terence Grigoruk
Lighting Advisor: Jonathan Kim

Performers: Golnaz Boroumandi Voice: Sarah Amini
Mehdi Sadr Music: Remy Siu
Natalie Schneck Media: Sammy Chien
David Secunda
Vic Ustare

This Performance is open to public to get in sometimes between 6pm-10pm and leave whenever you want.
It is part of the MFA Spring Show of the grad students of Interdisciplinary Art program at SFU and it’s a good opportunity to watch other performances, including dance, theatre and music within this period of time.

A Doll’s Room is a four-hour durational piece that does and does not happen on the stage. It explores the gap between the virtual and the real, and investigates the absence within the two worlds.
The piece tries to practice absence: absence of actors, composers, designers and production elements such as light or sound. It uses very minimal technical support. This performance is an attempt to study the differences and similarities between theatre performances and reality shows. It explores the space between the performers as well as the space between the audience and the performance.
As the title suggests the spoken text mostly comes from Henrik Ibsen’’s A Doll’s House. Ibsen’s play provided me literary with sentences. I treated his sentences as just sentences, and our dramaturge wrote and rewrote them considering no original logic or intention. The characters are equally important, but they accidentally remained reflective of Ibsen’s characters.

more info on Apparitions:

http://cgi.sfu.ca/~scahome/?q=node/1145

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Charisma

Charisma

Charisma

Charisma

Charisma @ Push Festival/ PushOFF

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2 – FRIDAY, FEB. 3, 2-5pm @ The Cultch

Proud to know that “Charisma” has been chosen as part of PushOFF 2012! It will be shown on Feb 2nd and 3rd @ The Cultch – Progress Lab. Our show is @ 2pm.

Here is more info on PushOFF and other great shows and artists who would be part of it this year:

PushOFF is an independent, curated showcase of tour-ready works and projects in development from some of BC’s leading emerging and established artists. PushOFF gives a platform for innovative projects, strong artistic voices, and new explorations that are ready to travel. Guided by a desire to instigate an ‘off’ culture in Vancouver, PushOFF connects local artists and producerss with colleagues attending the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival.Here’s a quick look at the line-up:
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY. 1, TIMES TBD
Studio visits at the Scotiabank Dance Centre.
Artists will host a series of open rehearsals.THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2 – FRIDAY, FEB. 3, 2-5pm
Showcase performances, full readings and a lobby installation at The Cultch and Progress Lab 1422. Both programs run concurrently, so delegates can choose which day to attend each series.
Presenting artists include:
605 Collective, Radix Theatre, Theatre Replacement, Neworld Theatre, LINK Dance, Plastic Orchid Factory, Ziyian Kwan, Dusty Flowerpot Cabaret, Mark Leiren-Young, Pegah Tabassinejad,
The Contingency Plan, SNAFU Dance Theatre, and Josh Beamish.Visit www.antonyminc.ca/pushoff in January for the final programming. The full slate of artists and activities will be released in January. Stay tuned!PushOFF is curated by Joyce Rosario and Kris Nelson and is produced by Antonym, New Works and Theatre Replacement with the support of The Cultch, The Dance Centre, Progress Lab 1422 and the Canada Council for the Arts.Contact info: Kris Nelson, kris@antonyminc.com / Joyce Rosario, joyce@newworks.ca.
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