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Ana Vujanovi and Sasa Asenti's ON TRIAL TOGETHER Set for New York Live Arts, 2/20-22

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Ana Vujanovi and Sasa Asenti's ON TRIAL TOGETHER Set for New York Live Arts, 2/20-22

New York Live Arts presents the U.S. premiere of Ana Vujanovi and Saša Asenti's On Trial Together, February 20 - 22 at 7:30pm in the New York Live Arts Theater. Called "deeply intelligent" by the Exberliner, the work is a hybrid performance of theater, choreography and social experiment, creating a unique experience exclusive to each evening.

In On Trial Together, Serbian artists Ana Vujanovi and Saša Asenti engage the audience through a social role play and live action game structure where audience members are, each one, actor, participant and catalyst for change. The work has been shown in Berlin, Germany and Novi Sad, Serbia and was developed, in part, through New York Live Arts' Suitcase Fund international cultural exchange program. On Trial Together is performed by audience members in collaboration with moderators Saša Asenti, Milka Djordjevic, Boris Radujko, Jen Rosenblit and Ana Vujanovi.

On Trial Together was developed, in part, under the auspices of The Suitcase Fund, the international cultural exchange program of New York Live Arts, with support from The Trust for Mutual Understanding.

Performances will take place in New York Live Arts' Theater. A related Suitcase Fund Research Presentation will take place February 7 at 6:00pm (see complete schedule below).Tickets are $15 and $20 and may be purchased online at newyorklivearts.org/season by phone at 212-924-0077 and in person at the box office. Box Office hours are Monday to Friday from 1 to 9pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 8pm.

Ana Vujanovi and Saša Asenti

On Trial Together

Feb 20 - 22 at 7:30pm

New York Live Arts Theater, New York Live Arts

Tickets: $15, $20

T: 212-924-0077 | www.newyorklivearts.org

219 W 19th Street, New York, NY 10011

Box Office hours:

Monday-Friday 1 - 9pm | Saturday-Sunday 12 - 8pm

Schedule of Related Events:

Research Presentation by Ana Vujanovi and Saša Asenti

Feb 7 at 6:00pm

The Suitcase Fund hosts Saša Asenti? for a two-week research residency in New York City from January 24 - February 9, 2014, directly preceding Asenti? and Ana Vujanovi?'s presentation of the work On Trial Together on the Live Arts season (also supported by the Suitcase Fund). Dance of Precatiat (Working Title) will focus on the work of Workers Dance Movement in New York City in the 1930's. The movement was a specific phenomenon in modern dance in the U.S. It was formed by working class and immigrant dancers who were attracted to both the modern dance world and radical political activity. The research will examine the work of the Workers Dance League, New Dance Group and other groups and individuals whose focus was on political choreography, human condition, and struggle for social change.

About the Artists:

Ana Vujanovi is a freelance worker in contemporary performing arts and culture. Vujanovic holds a Ph.D. in Theatre Studies. She is a member of the editorial collective of TkH [Walking Theory], theoretical-artistic platform, Belgrade and chief editor of TkH journal for performing arts theory. Her particular commitment has been empowering the independent scenes in Belgrade and Yugoslavia (Druga scena). She has lectured and given workshops at various universities and independent educational programs throughout Europe. She engages in artworks in the fields of performance, theatre, dance and video, as dramaturge, co-author and collaborator. She publishes regularly in journals and collections (TkH, Maska, Frakcija, Teatron, Performance Research, TDR...); and is author of four books, most recently Public Sphere by Performance, with Bojana Cveji? (Berlin: b_books, 2012). She is currently international visiting professor at the Department for Human Movement/Performance Studies, University of Hamburg. In recent years her research interest has been focused on the intersections between performance and politics in neoliberal capitalist societies.

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