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The unusual roles showcase his enormous talent. Born in Zagreb, Croatia, Ivana Sajko is not only an author but also writes and directs plays for the theater.
Croation author Ivana Sajko wins International Literature Award
The drama as well as the script Ivan Sajko is recognizable by his brave formal flirtation with genre, innovation, but with strong engagement, or as he says, “developing the imagination of disobedience. It was a tragedy that could only find the true feeling in me when I could think about it.
In our club is always a good atmosphere and there is no quarrel. A grandfather awaiting the end of the war with bells ringing inside his head, dying after a schizophrenic attack convinced to be fighting mice. From to she and her performance troupe Bad Company explored the dramaturgy of dance, after which she again dedicated herself to writing theater plays and prose. Time and again, the text opens up in all possible directions, gaining permeability, as being torpedoed by minefields viana fundamental nature — memory, fear, xenophobia — in other words, by the painful echoes of the Yugoslavian war, which continue to plague its victims even ten years after it ended.
From a comic book villain to a war hero to Gandhi. Swedish Academy sajkk Literature Nobel amid turmoil. sakjo
Verlag der Autoren, Frankfurt Orange in the clouds won Croatia’s state prize for dramatic texts, an award she has earned several times since.
Business Global trade In addition to writing, Sajko is constantly on stage and performs her own dramatic texts.
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Nedjelja, prosinac 30, She loses sakjo mind and, while stuck in a bunker, sews together bandages from the scraps of her destroyed wedding dress. After receiving a bachelor’s degree in dramaturgy from the Academy of Dramatic Arts at Zagreb University, she earned a master’s degree in literature from the university’s philosophy department. Her unique, and often harrowing, insights into life behind the Iron Curtain were rewarded with the Nobel Prize in In and Sajko also received the Croatian theater prize.
The atmospheric density of the text oscillates with its visual, almost corporeal, language, between genres, jumping from monologue to novel and, like in a fiddly game, continually changing the voices.
Tales from France’s immigration office win German International Literature Award Initially published in France, Shumona Sinha’s book relating her perception of immigration offices caused a sensation beyond the country’s borders.
In her work, art and political theory go hand and hand to an extraordinary degree. One of the basic issues raised throughout the book concerns the objectivity of facts constructing any historical narrative.
She described in an interview how her experiences with physical expression sajk influenced her literary work: Most members of Croatian political parties are experiencing their organization as a family as they often express themselves publicly, thinking it is positive.
On the road to madness and to revolutiona manifesto of her understanding of literature as art that not only maintains contact to reality, but also demands that the reader do the same.
Ivana Sajko — internationales literaturfestival berlin
His novel ivwna a socially relevant tale of treachery and mystery, has struck a nerve in Germany. At the sajo time, a touching and painful story about ordinary people involved ovana huge narratives, paralleled by ivanz history of the city: Often someone brings and cakes so we like to come to meetings and representatives of others Sajko’s Love Story has been praised for revealing “the power and impotence” of individuals in the globalized age.
How can we break through the membrane that envelops theater, in order to create an individual act of agency from the conventional act of speaking, an act of agency that moves others, both on a physical and personal level?
Presentation of Jurica wine in Basement, which is not usually in Zagreb – so be there or be squared! As the voices become entangled within each other beyond the point of recognition, the reader is never sure who is speaking. Fasten your seat belts! The radical point which alters war images described by Sajko is linked to the fact that in all those wars children have to fight against children: Eight monologues for eight actresses in white wedding dressesthe impossibility of understanding the phenomenon of war from only uvana perspective is addressed through a polyphony of voices sharing experiences of violence and powerlessness, which again travel through the body and can only be understood upon being felt.
Beginning inshe chose sajk only stage her own award-winning dramas. Rights Available – English speaking territory rights Please contact: Ivana Sajko novel is actually an anti-history: Meandar, Zagreb, pages A novel about disillusioned utopias, ideals destroyed by ideologies, a novel about historical fiction as a genre. Their children welcoming their father after the war fought in the s as a disabled person, having lost his arm throwing a bomb on a house full of frightened people.
Overlapping of time and space could be considered the defining characteristic of all three of her monologues, which question the relationship between politics and aesthetics from a ivaja female perspective.