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RE/DE-GENERACION

The decision to centre the first real issue of our editorial mandate around the topic of generation is not merely a consequence of the fact that (at least according to some censuses and tendering criteria) we ourselves belong among the so-called young (critics). Nor do we wish to follow what Maska already did in the past, i.e. to simply inaugurate a new, by the counting of this journal already 5th generation of directors who are just now autonomously entering the performative podium. This was,...

MASKA

is a nonprofit organization for publishing, production (performances, interdisciplinary and visual artworks), education and research. It is organized into three sections: Maska Publications,Maska Productions and Maska Symposium. Maska’s theoretical, critical and artistic activities deal with contemporary art and theory, research, experimental performing practices, interdisciplinary art and critical theory. Its contents and events often provide a direct and sharp reflection of the cultural and political space in which it acts.
Collaboration with various governmental and non-governmental organisations, artists, professionals from different areas and partners from abroad is an important segment of all of Maska’s activities.


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Philosophers and Thespians: Staging Concepts • international symposium

It all began with Plato's infamous claim that the truth can only be found beyond theatre, beyond the veil of appearances. At the same time, however, Plato discussed theatre in all seriousness and even argued that a well functioning ideal republic is in fact the most perfect kind of a theatrical performance.

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Janez Janša & Iztok Kovač: FALCON!

The solo performance How I Caught a Falcon (1991) by the choreographer Iztok Kovač is one of the milestones in the Slovenian contemporary dance production. The cult performance in which Iztok Kovač danced an incredibly poetic choreography, charged with beauty and a sublime, magic relationship between the body, movement, music, lighting and space, has become an emblem of the new time and new Slovenian contemporary dance, and allowed the latter to become integrated into the European context. The...