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Zavod Exodos, Festival sodobnih odrskih umetnosti, Ljubljana
http://www.exodosljubljana.si/zavod-exodos/
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Metelkova 6, SI-1000 Ljubljana
Phone386 (0) 1 431 0344, 386 (0) 41 373 799
Fax386 (0) 1 431 0344
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Nataša Zavolovšek, Director and Producer
natasa.zavolovsek@guest.arnes.si
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Katja Stušek, Producer
exodos@exodos.si
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Past Events
  • 27 May to 28 May 2016
    Playground, a project co-created by Miha Horvat and co-produced by the Exodos Institute, at Corners Triangle at Zamet Centre in Rijeka, Croatia
    programme
  • 12 October 2015
    Built to Contain, a radio play co-created by archivist Ana Frank and co-produced by Exodos Institute, at CORNERS within the Belfast International Arts Festival at B Wing Crumlin Road Gaol in Belfast, Northern Ireland
    programme
  • 4 May to 17 May 2015
    Actor and dancer Primož Bezjak at Haninge – Turning Stockholm inside out in the framework of Corners project, Exodos Institute in Haninge, Sweden
    programme
  • 24 September to 25 September 2014
    All Together Now!, by Mare Bulc and performers, produced by Maska Institute and co-produced by Bunker Institute and Exodos Institute, Škrip Inc., produced by Maska Institute and co-produced by Kino Šiška Centre for Urban Culture and in cooperation with Bunker Institute, and Pavla above the Precipice, produced by Mladinsko Theatre, at the 39th International Theatre Festival MOT at Youth Cultural Centre in Skopje, Macedonia
    programme
  • 30 June 2014
    All Together Now!, by Mare Bulc and performers, produced by Maska Institute and co-produced by Bunker Institute and Exodos Institute, at the Perforations Festival at Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb, Croatia
    programme
  • 23 November 2013
    All Together Now!, by Mare Bulc and performers, produced by Maska Institute and co-produced by Bunker Institute and Exodos Institute, at the Live Art Festival LIMIT at Dom omladine Beograda in Belgrade, Serbia
    programme
  • 15 April to 29 April 2012
    Balkan Xpedition, a part of the Corners of Europe project, Slovene artists involved: Primož Bezjak and Miha Horvat, co-organised by Exodos Institute in Dubrovnik, Jasenovac, Rijeka, Zagreb, Croatia
    programme
  • 15 April to 29 April 2012
    Balkan Xpedition, a part of the Corners of Europe project, Slovene artists involved: Primož Bezjak and Miha Horvat, co-organised by Exodos Institute in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    programme
  • 15 April to 29 April 2012
    Balkan Xpedition, a part of the Corners of Europe project, Slovene artists involved: Primož Bezjak and Miha Horvat, co-organised by Exodos Institute in Užice, Serbia
    programme
  • 15 April to 29 April 2012
    Balkan Xpedition, a part of the Corners of Europe project, Slovene artists involved: Primož Bezjak and Miha Horvat, co-organised by Exodos Institute in Prizren, Kosovo
    programme
  • 15 April to 29 April 2012
    Balkan Xpedition, a part of the Corners of Europe project, Slovene artists involved: Primož Bezjak and Miha Horvat, co-organised by Exodos Institute in Cetinje, Montenegro
    programme
  • 15 April to 29 April 2012
    Balkan Xpedition, a part of the Corners of Europe project, Slovene artists involved: Primož Bezjak and Miha Horvat, co-organised by Exodos Institute in Shkoder, Albania
    programme
  • 23 September 2011
    Fake it! by Janez Janša produced by Exodos Institute and Maska Institute, at the 10th International Contemporary Dance Festival C/U at Teatr Studio im. St. I. Witkiewicza in Warsaw, Poland
    programme


Snjezana Premus - Stories of the Body III - YOU - dance performance - Photo Madster.jpg

Established in 1999, Exodos Institute is a non-profit, independent theatre and dance production centre, which organises the Exodos International Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts (biennial since 2011). Exodos Institute also produced the first four editions of the biennial Gibanica (Moving Cake) Festival of Slovene Dance (2003–2009) and continues to participate as a co-producer of the festival.

Exodos's recent permanent in situ project involves the creation of a Labyrinth of Art, a living space for walking and contemplation on the outer edge of Ljubljana, created in the framework of the World Book Capital Ljubljana 2010 project.

Background

Exodos Institute was founded by Miran Šušteršič, Tomaž Toporišič, Jana Pavlič, Jedrt Jež Furlan, and Nataša Zavolovšek with the aim of producing the Exodos International Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts, a prestigious event which has been taking place in Ljubljana since 1995 and which has presented numerous resounding performances by foreign artists.

Productions

Since 1999, Exodos has been producing independent theatre and dance performances by established makers as well as supporting young, emerging artists. Exodos regularly collaborates with authors, such as Snježana Premuš, Matej Kejžar, Ivan Peternelj, Leja Jurešič, Jurij Konjar, Magdalena Reiter, etc., and with a number of Slovene co-producers, such as Maska Institute in Janez Janša's performance Fake It! (2007), Dance Theatre Ljubljana in Snježana Premuš's Stories of the Body: Move As and Magdalena Reiter's Forma Interrogativa, which won the 2005 Gibanica (Moving Cake) Festival of Slovene Dance Award. Exodos has also co-produced several works by international authors, such as Ana Stegnar and Saïd Gharbi's Thirst [Žeja] (2006), produced by Les BGM; Koen van Sutter's international multidisciplinary production The Attendants' Gallery–Stories of Europe, produced by Lod and supported by Theorem through ECF, featuring 5 actors–attendants supported by artistic images and objects as well as live music; a co-production with Wax Factory, New York in Ivan Talijančič's staging of Sarah Kane's Cleansed, etc.

International networking

Exodos Institute is a member of several international networks, including the Informal European Theatre Meeting (IETM), Festivals in Transition (FIT), European Dance Education Network (DANCE) and the Trans Danse Europe network of production houses.

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