Sat 19.09.2009    14:00

Out of love for this beautiful title (try-out), Saturday, 19th of September, 14:00h, The Round Hall

<“Out of love for this beautiful title” could be a beautiful title of a beautiful piece if you see it as a beautiful title of a beautiful piece. Things are the way we perceive them, so I will leave an empty space for whatever “beautiful” could mean, and I will ask you to let my title and my piece be beautiful through you. Today, around the 19th of September 2009, enjoy this gorgeous dystopia, the sun is wonderful like never before and the reality changes so fast.
No matter of reality, things are the way we perceive them, so let’s assume this convention for 40’ - that my show is beautiful like nothing before.>

Iuliana Stoianescu


Iuliana Stoianescu was born in 1984, she graduated The Fine Arts High-school "Nicolae Tonitza" and in the present she is a student in the fourth year at the National University for Drama and Film – Choreography section.
Starting with 2004 she took part in workshops coordinated by Florin Fieroiu, Brynjar Bandlien, Mihai Mihalcea, Georg Blaschke, Nita Little, Risa Steinberg, Kathleen Hermesdorf (IMPULSTANZ Festival, Vienna), Malcolm Manning, Oriane Boyer, Alicia Grayson, Kurt Koegel (Belgium, TransContact Festival), Valentina de Piante, Martin Sonderkamp, Melisa Puts, Eric Schofer, Sergiu Doroftei, Carl Olof Berg, Helena Frenzen.
She performed in: ”What you see is not what you think”, “Follow that summer”, “Protect”, "100% dans”, "Puţin mai reali decît e necesar", "Process in progress" , “Day Dream”.
Her own work: “ID salad” (produced by ArtLink and created during a two month residency “Performing the body” and presented to the National Museum of Contemporary Art and The National Center of Dance Bucharest), ”Milka is not real” in the project “Protect” (presented at Desant Theatre), ”Toast sensation” (presented in “eXplore dance festival” Odeon Theatre), ”Two points of you” (video-dance project).
In 2009 she was selected to participate in “danceWEB scholarship programme”, Vienna, Austria.