Natalija Vladisavljević

Natalija Vladisavljević

Natalija Vladisavljević

Artist

Natalija Vladisavljević is a Serbian writer, choreographer and performer supported by Per.Art, one of the core Europe Beyond Access partners. She is the lead artist on the major Europe Beyond Access commission, Dance of the 21st century which follows on from her previous production with Per.Art, Hexantanz (The Witch Dance).  In this video, Natalija gives us

Europe Beyond Access introduces Dalibor Šandor (Serbia)

Film

Dalibor Šandor is a Serbian learning-disabled performer and director who works with Europe Beyond Access partner Per.Art, an independent inclusive performing arts organisation based in Novi Sad, Serbia. https://youtu.be/IiJTsk-1Dww Invited to join Per.Art at a moment of crisis in his life, Dalibor has been a member of the group for over ten

Europe Beyond Access presents ‘Learning Disabled Leaders in Theatre and Dance’

Film

Find out how learning disabled leaders in theatre and dance are challenging perceptions of the creative potential of disabled artists and breaking the boundaries in the performing arts. https://youtu.be/UZ4CVp_51RQ In this short film, five learning disabled choreographers, performers and interdisciplinary artists from Serbia, Germany and the UK reflect on their sources

Europe Beyond Access introduces Natalija Vladisavljević (Serbia)

Film

Natalija Vladisavljević is a Serbian writer, choreographer and performer supported by Per.Art, one of the core Europe Beyond Access partners. https://youtu.be/C-kwgvp10Rc In this video, Natalija gives us a fascinating insight into her unique creative process, which includes gathering copious thoughts and reflections in her notebook, drawing on influences like iconic choreographer, Mary

Dance in the 21st Century at Pokretnica – Festival of Contemporary dance and Performance


Natalija Vladisavljević is a writer, choreographer, and performer active in Per.Art, our Europe Beyond Access partner in Novi Sad. She will be presenting her production of Dance in the 21st Century at Pokretnica - Festival of Contemporary dance and Performance in Serbia. Attendance to this event is free by just

Commission: Dance in the 21st Century


Premiere: "Dance in the 21st Century" is by Natalija Vladisavljević, a choreographer and performer with our partner in Serbia, Per.Art. The sections spoken in Serbian will be captioned in English and German. There are no flashing or flickering lights in the performance, no visual patterns with contrasting colours in the livestream, and no

An interview with Natalija Vladisavljević

Opinion
April 28, 2021

Photograph: Anja Beutler Interview To Meet in Contemporary Dance, with choreographer and performer Natalija Vladisavljević, originally published in the online magazine Portal o invalidnosti, organizacije Iz kruga - Vojvodina. Translation to English by Frosina Dimovska. Natalija Vladisavljević is a writer, choreographer, and performer active in Per.Art, the Europe Beyond Access partner in

Creating Our Collective History, an interview with members of Per.Art

Organisations

This interview was published originally in 'Portal o invalidnosti, organizacije Iz Kruga – Vojvodina'. Below it is translated into English by Frosina Dimovska. Interview conducted by journalist and writer Marijana Canak. Per.Art is an organisation from Novi Sad, active for two decades in the field of contemporary performing arts and cultural inclusion.

Commission: We Are Not Monsters

Film

https://www.youtube.com/embed/um0OUdUz66U Led by Dalibor Šandor, a Serbian learning disabled performer and director, 'We Are Not Monsters' is a powerful performance commissioned through Europe Beyond Access that challenges the marginalisation and discrimination experienced by disabled people in society. Made with support from renowned French choreographer Xavier Le Roy, dramaturg Marcel Bugiel, Per.Art and a

Fridays online: Per.Art in conversation


On Fridays during the COVID-19 lockdown, Artistic Director of Per.Art, Saša Asentic, has hosted a weekly series of online talks with leading international disabled artists and creatives within the field of disability and the performing arts. These artists have developed their practice in New York, Berlin, Vienna, Hamburg, Warsaw,