LIQUID WAY TO ACTION Studio Matejka
Forest base of the Grotowski Institute, Brzezinka, Poland, 2015.

Leaders: Matej Matejka, Cecile da Costa, Alexandra Kazazou, Adam Hanuljak
Performers: Georgia Aliferi, Racha Baroud, Adriana Bobowska, Andrea Buckov, Agnieszka Ćwieląg, Saffet Durmus, Ali Haydar Çataltepe,Claire Huber, James Hogan, Didem Kiris, Aleksandra Kugacz, Seda Oguz, Sevtap Özaltun, Katerina Patsiani, Aytek Sayan, Nefeli Stamatogiannopoulou, Gizem Tataroğlu, Salih Usta, Chester Wong
Music: Abed Kobeissy, Stelios Koupetoris, Nefeli Stamatogiannopoulou
Intermedia, photography post processing, graphic design: meg janus

This workshop opens a new area of activities for Studio Matejka. With a broader structure than before, and additional camera work, the workshop both created space for unique experiences and leaded to concrete artistic outcomes.

The Liquid Way to Action fused our well established creative training and research process with the performers own experiences to uncover personal forms of expression. We used the idea of contradictions as a source of research for the performer. Contradictions are not only a limitation, but also, by focusing simultaneously on oppositional ideas, they open doorways for the inner, primal sources of the body to flow.

The participants explored the rigorous and experimental workspace that defines Studio Matejka. Through a laboratory model that seeks to break the borders between dance, dramatic theatre and other forms of performing arts, we aim to unlock the potentiality of beginnings and places, where action was born.

Two scenes with Live Visuals in Nature

Burning Grass

Ditch