Bunker Institute

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Bunker, zavod za organizacijo in izvedbo kulturnih prireditev, Ljubljana
http://www.bunker.si
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Slomškova 7, SI-1000 Ljubljana
Phone386 (0) 1 231 4492
Fax386 (0) 1 230 8166
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Nevenka Koprivšek, Artistic Director
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Mojca Jug, Coordinator of Old Power Station Programme and Young Lions Festival Co-selector
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Samo Selimović, Producer
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Past Events
  • 8 September to 14 September 2017
    How to temper the existential revolution?, co-produced by Divja misel Institute, The Second Freedom, produced by Bunker Institute, Pekinpah Association and Kink Kong, Life®Anti, produced by Glej Theatre, Slovene National Theatre Nova Gorica, KD TNK and School of Arts Nova Gorica, and Chairs, produced by Mini Theatre, at KIC Budo Tomović, Kuslev’s House, Montenegrin Nationa Theatre in Podgorica, Montenegro
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  • 13 August to 14 August 2016
    Performances Kam pa kam, produced by Kino Šiška Centre for Urban Culture and GVRbabaLAN and co-produced by Bunker Institute, and I am a performer by Sabrina Železnik at POP UP AKTO at National Theatre in Bitola, Macedonia
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  • 10 February to 11 February 2015
    Show Your Face!, a performance by Betontanc and Umka.lv produced by Bunker Institute, at the festival Reims Scènes d’Europe 2015 at Le Manège de Reims in Reims, France
    programme
  • 10 February to 11 February 2015
    Show Your Face!, a performance by Betontanc and Umka.lv produced by Bunker Institute, at the festival Reims Scènes d’Europe 2015 at Le Manège de Reims in Reims, France
    programme
  • 11 October 2014
    Double Game, a lecture/performance by Katarina Stegnar, co-produced by Bunker Institute, at Kampnagel in Hamburg, Germany
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  • 3 October 2014
    Double Game, a lecture/performance by Katarina Stegnar, co-produced by Bunker Institute, at CYCLE 2014 at Armazém in Torres Vedras, Portugal
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  • 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
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  • 8 September to 14 September 2014
    Liferanti, produced by the Slovene National Theatre Nova Gorica, Cultural Association Teater na konfini, School of Arts, University of Nova Gorica, and Glej Theatre, The Second Freedom, produced by the Pekinpah Association and Bunker Institute, at F I A T Festival of International Alternative Theatre, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Podgorica, at KIC Budo Tomović in Podgorica, Montenegro
    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
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  • 17 April to 19 April 2014
    This is not a hit, a dance performance by Matej Kejžar (Pekinpah Association), and The Second Freedom, a dance performance by Leja Jurišić & Teja Reba (Pekinpah Association, Bunker Institute), at Spider Festival Lyon at Les Subsistances in Lyon, France
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  • 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
  • 7 October 2013
    Show Your Face! by Betontanc and Umka.LV, produced by Bunker Institute, at the Theatre Confrontations Festival at Sala Widowiskowa Galerii Labirynt in Lublin, Poland
    programme
  • 5 August to 12 August 2013
    Lyrical Minutes in the City, produced by Bunker Institute, at the Sziget Festival in Budapest, Hungary
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  • 10 July to 28 July 2013
    Lyrical Minutes in the City, produced by Bunker Institute, at the Kleines Fest im Großen Garten in Hannover, Germany
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  • 31 May 2011
    Bunker Institute at the Culture Infoday in Brussels, Belgium
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  • 19 January to 23 January 2011
    Show Your Face! performance by Betontanc and produced by Bunker Institute at Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater in Los Angeles, USA
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Established in 1997 by Nevenka Koprivšek, Bunker Institute is a non-profit organisation that mainly produces and presents contemporary theatre and dance performances. It organises one of the most noted Slovene international theatre and dance festivals, the Mladi levi ("Young Lions") Festival.

It also manages the performing arts venue Old Power Station in Ljubljana. The facilities are used for rehearsals, education, and – naturally – also stage performances.

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Stara Elektrarna venue

Since 2004 Bunker has been running the performing arts venue Stara Elektrarna - Old Power Station in Ljubljana. The programme consists of theatre and dance performance production, concerts, educational activities, and presentations of different art projects.

Productions

In its productions, Bunker focuses on works that employ innovative approaches, intertwine different art disciplines, as well as offer reflections on topical cultural, political, and social issues.

Bunker has produced works by different performing arts and dance makers, such as Sanja Nešković Peršin, Jurij Konjar, Mala Kline, Magdalena Reiter, and Jette Ostan Vejrup. Since 1999, Bunker is also the producer of the physical theatre group Betontanc, led by Matjaž Pograjc. Artists represented by Bunker often tour international festivals,

Festivals

Since 1998 Bunker has been organising the annual international festival of theatre and dance Mladi levi. Taking place at the end of summer, the festival showcases groups and artists with distinctive and original ideas and disciplines from all over the world.

Since 2002 Bunker has co-organised Drugajanje Festival together with the 2nd Grammar School in Maribor, which aims to affirm contemporary dance and theatre art among the young with a wide programme of performances, workshops, and lectures.

Projects

Bunker has developed several collaborative projects, one of them being the renovation and revival of the cultural house in Medana, a small city in Goriška region, where workshops have been organised in cooperation with the local community. Thus Medana became an international residency centre and has during the period 1995 to 2009 also hosted the international festival Days of Poetry and Wine.

Aiming to expand the existing notions of the function and meaning of art in general, Bunker initiated in 2007 the project Sy(e)nergy [Si(e)nergija] – an interdisciplinary open forum intended to a creative understanding of changes and stimulation of collaboration among artists, scientists, and practitioners. Attempting to spark up a dialogue between the seemingly incompatible disciplines (art/science) and possibly provide answers to burning global issues, the project's events (lectures, round tables, presentations, films) focused on areas of electric energy, housing, and transport.

International cooperation

Bunker has a long history of participating in various international cooperation and collaboration projects which have garnered support from different funding programmes of the European Commission (Culture 2000, Culture 2007–2013, etc.). It is (or was) a member of the following international networks: Junge Hunde, Theorem, International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts (IETM) and its satellite subgroup Balkan Express, and Danse Bassin Mediterranéen – DBM.

Further, Bunker collaborated in the international project Sites of Imagination, led by Alkantara, Lisbon (PT) and co-organised by Carovana, Cagliari (IT), L'Officina, Marseille (FR), L'Animal a l'Esquena, Girona (ES). The project focused on cultural development of the Mediterranean region through exchange and cultural dialogue and is supported through the European Commission. Although primarily a research project, which included a number of artists from different countries and artistic disciplines, the project resulted in the performance Début - In Memory of Coming [Debut - v spomin prihodnjega] by the dancer and choreographer Mala Kline, which premièred in 2007 in Girona, Spain.

In 2009 Bunker joined the project Sostenuto - thinking culture as a factor of economic and social innovation, launched by Expeditio - Center for Sustainable Spatial Development, which aimed at reinforcing the capacities of economic and social innovation from the cultural sector in the Mediterranean space by accompanying its transformation towards new economic and social models. Within the framework of the project in December 2010 the Ready to Change Forum was hosted in Ljubljana by Bunker.

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