Roma actors made “surprise performances” in the building of the University of Novi Sad, at the main square of Novi Sad, in the fields at the outskirts of the village of Sase…
Using collected recycled materials, Nadja, Malou and Mattias “glimpsed” the old Roma participants, creating specially designed costumes and props, transforming the old Roma in to their dream-professions.
Stina and Niclas visited the Roma theater Suno e Rromengo in the village of Novi Karlovci to meet the actors, and to get the feeling of the Roma theater working environment. First they filmed the space, treating it as a part of the spirit of this teater. Then, Niclas and Stina made short movies with the Roma actors, having in mind their particular roles in the Fortune Tellers Future performances.
This container might have been a “neonatal intensive care unit” (baby incubator), or it might have been a plastic holder used for researching some dangerous bacteria – it depends how we want to see it: do we want to treat Jeans Roma stories with special care, as something fragile, gentle, or as something contagious and dangerous?
Especially for the Fortune Tellers Future project, Captain Sorrow & Primitive Dance recorded a music piece “Roma Dreams” inspired by the destiny of the Roma in Europe, made on digital and analog music instruments and sounds of railway stations and subway trains announcements from around Europe. Misko also made a set of pictures “Roma Dreams”.
It is a 18 minutes long piece involving dreamy electronic soundscapes, piano, theremin, moog synthesizers, loops, and sounds of the subway and railway stations from England, Sweden, Russia and Ukraine. It’s about eternal travelers, wandering souls without home and about belonging nowhere and everywhere. Read more and listen to the music…
Part of the Fortune Tellers Future concept
At the occasion of the opening his first solo exhibition in Sweden at the Candyland Gallery, in Stockholm, the artist Carlos No (Lisbon, 1967) will give a short artist talk. To broaden the debate, Candyland invites Nevena Bajalica and Misko Stanisic to tell about their experiences and their work with “Terraforming”.