By placing the body in three different spaces – the bathroom, the tram station and the wardrobe, the dance film “Every every day” explores behavior of the body in routine and examines the perspective of the space in which this routine takes place.
This three spaces are connected through the story of “morning routines,” and dance is in the function of taking in other behaviors, atmospheres, and states of objects or other bodies present in the space to return visibility to routine actions that are part of our everyday life.
CHOREOGRAPHED AND PERFORMED BY Ema Crnić
MENTORED BY Irma Omerzo & Jasna Žmak
CAMERA: Magdalena Ptiček
EDITING: Roko Crnić
MUSIC: Ana Kovačić
RUNNING TIME: 12’53”
BIG THANKS TO
family Crnić, Jakov Habjan, Škvadra, Sonja Pregrad, Lana Hosni
The film was made within a ”Research project 1 and 2” at the contemporary dance department an the Academy of dramatic art, Zagreb.