Sun 27.06.2010    09:00

CANCELLED! > We went with these bodies as far as we could >> Sunday, June 27th, 20h00, Round Hall

THE PERFORMANCE HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO TECHNICAL PROBLEMS!

"Dr. Poul-Erik Paulev of the Department of Medical Physiology, University of Copenhagen writes that pregnancy seems to increase muscle strength in female athletes.
Female top athletes - just following the time when they gave birth to their first child - have set several world records. Of course, this is acceptable as a natural and unintended event. However, in some countries female athletes have become pregnant for 2-3 months, in order to improve their performance just after the abortion.
Sports always hearbreaks female energy and purity doesn’t get your picture on the cereal box; winning does."
Paul Dunca

Paul Dunca was born in 1983, in Bucharest, where he still lives today. He graduated from “Goethe” German College, National University of Drama and Film “I.L.Caragiale” (Choreography section) and studied Play-Writing at U.N.A.T.C. Bucharest. He worked with the choreographers: Mădălina Dan, Eduard Gabia, Maria Baroncea, Alexandra Pirici, Valentina del Piante, Mihaela Dancs, Ana Maria Costea, Iuliana Stoianescu. He acted in "Some Explicit Polaroids" by Mark Ravenhill, directed by Miruna Dinu, and in the movie "Scanteia" directed by Hano Hoffer and written by Cristian Mungiu, but also had a short TV show on MTV and featured in different music videos.
Paul is part of OFENSIVA GENEROZITĂŢII, an initiative seeking to prove the importance of art for everyone.
Own Works: "(don’t)Panic!", "BikiniKill (PROTECT)", "FLEXIBLE" (together with Maria Drăghici), "Oracolul din Culinaria" (KITCHENDAY), "WE WENT WITH THESE BODIES AS FAR AS WE COULD".

Ştefan Cosma was born in Bucharest in 1977. He graduated in Germany at the "Liselotte Gymnasium" in Mannheim, Germany. In 1998 he started his studies at the Fine Arts Academy in Bucharest (Photo Video department), continuing them at FABRICA (Benneton's Center for Research and Communication) in Treviso, Italy. In 2005 he founded the remix culture magazine OMAGIU where he worked as Creative Director for 2 years.

Mădălina Ghiţescu was born in 1978, during summer time, in Bucharest, where she still lives. She graduated from the National College "I.L.Caragiale", after having a four-year experience in the local Choreography Highschool, and then from the National University of Drama and Film (Acting section) from her hometown. She worked with the directors: Gianina Cărbunariu and Ana Mărgineanu (theatre) and Cristian Nemescu, Cristian Mungiu, Cătălin Leescu, Lorena Aida Petre, among others (film). Her voice became the Romanian voice for different Disney characters.

Eduard Gabia (1979) graduated from „Floria Capsali” Choreography High School in Bucharest. He received study grants at TanzQuartier (Wien), Internationales TanzFest Berlin/Tanz im August, KaaiTheater (Belgium) and Dance Theatre (New York).
His performances: “5 minutes of my life”, “Bonus”, “My presence proof of time”, “8 days a week”, “My brut material – your performance” were presented in places and festivals like: Dance Theater Workshop-NY, TanzQuartier Wien, Dietheater Wien,“Manoever” Festival in Leipzig, Paris Quartier d’Ete Festival, Balkan Dance Platform, Internationales TanzFest Berlin/Tanz im August, ImpulsTanz Festival Wien, Centre Culturel “Andre Malraux” Nancy, Kaaitheater Brussels, and others.
He created two short movie: “5765 frames” produce by TVR (Romanian National Television) and together with Ion Dumitrescu, ”Fără cuprins” produced by CNDB (National Dance Center Bucharest).