Tue 17.05.2011 05:00
May 17th ::: MOVING DIALOGUE Romania >> beginning at 17h00, Atelierul de Productie, BucharestThe guests are the American participants, as well as the most prominent Romanian performance critics. The theme of the debate revolves around identifying the main meeting points of Romanian and US contemporary dance, as well as the differences which can bring added value to the cultural exchange of Moving Dialogue. The public is invited to take part in the debate and the dialogue with the American guests.
Gina Şerbănescu is a Doctor in Philosophy, a title she obtained from the University of Bucharest. As a performance critic, Gina Şerbănescu collaborates with some of the most important cultural publications in Romania: Dilema Veche, Observator Cultural, Teatrul Azi, Luceafărul de Dimineaţă.
She is a constant contributor to the cultural site LiterNet.ro. Her international editorial activity consists in collaborations with: Critical Correspondence New York, Workspace Brussels, Au Sud de L’est.
She is the author of the book Contemporary Dance, Meanings of the Body (a philosophical investigation on contemporary choreographic paradigms), published in 2007 by the Camil Petrescu Foundation, with the support of the National Dance Center Bucharest.
In 2008, she was a documentarist for the European residency program Jardin D’Europe, financed throught the Culture European Program 2007-2013.
As a critic and documentarist, she was in the team that participated in October 2010 at Moving Dialogue New York, a Romanian-American cultural exchange initiated by the Romanian Cultural Institute in New York, the Gabriela Tudor Foundation and Dance Theater Workshop New York. She also participated as a dance critic at the Balkan Contemporary Dance Platform (Athens 2007, Novi Sad 2009).
Moving Dialogue is initiated and organised by Romanian Cultural Institute in New York, National Dance Center Bucharest, Gabriela Tudor Foundation, Movement Research and Dance Theater Workshop.
Moving Dialogue Romania is made possible with the financial support of the Romanian Cultural Institute and, in part, of the Trust for Mutual Understanding.
Moving Dialogue is dedicated to Gabriela Tudor.
Atelierul de Productie - 160 Splaiul Unirii, Bucharest