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The dream center

  • video  installation/interactive installation

Teodora Ionescu: concept,visual art ,video

Jeroen Traanman: video art /editing

Rikkert Achtereekte: music


The “Dream Center “ is represented by an object( cube) suspended in air, made from several layers of transparent sheets. The multiple layers allows the projection to take on a holographic effect.

The first part of the installation  consists of  a  6 minutes movie. The public is invited to experience  the state of meditation, sleep, dream and awaking.  They can experience this sitting down ( chairs or fatboy) or moving all around. Relation between time, space and reality is diluted.

The second part is the interactive moment that can last up to 10-15 minutes. The public is invited one by one to play with the “dream center”, to be aware.  A person must stand in the indicated place, facing the cube. With the right hand he will start to make slow movements, without touching the cube .The movement will be translated on the surface  throw colours .

     “Meditation –  practice in which an individual trains the mind or induces a mode of consciousness, either to realize some benefit or for the mind to simply acknowledge its content without becoming identified with that content”.

‘Dream-successions of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that occur usually involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep”.

“Sleep – a naturally recurring state of mind characterized by altered consciousness, relatively inhibited sensory activity, inhibition of nearly all voluntary muscles, and reduced interactions with surroundings”.

“Awareness- level of consciousness, where sense data can be confirmed by an observer without necessarily implying understanding.”


  • video installation

Jeroen Traanman: video editing

Video recording during the performance “The house of my soul” of persons who enter in the space. Databank is the  venue for all your information, impressions and emotions that come in .


The house of my soul

  • interactive performance / installation

Teodora Ionescu : concept, performer, visual artist

Jeroen Traanman : video art , light

Rikkert Achtereekte: music


Performance /installation that tries to give form to the soul. The soul is seen here as a open house where everybody can enter. When the visitor “walk” in your intime space, changes occur on both sides.
Please enter and feel free to explore the space .


technique: acryl on linden wood, silver leaf
size: 21cmx29cm


Nonsense red

technique: ballpen, ink on paper
size: 43cm33cm

Nonsense blue II

technique: ballpen on paper
size: 43cm33cm

Nonsense blue I


technique: ballpen,fabric thread on paper
size: 43cm33cm


experimental theatre 

Duration: 60 minutes
Art and Tech:
Dramaturgy: Lorena Briscoe and Claudia Nagaro
Performers: Teodora Ionescu – Lorena Briscoe
Supportive advisor: Alain Pringels
Light designer: Eda Emirdag – Menso van Strien
Light and sound: Menso van Strien
Composer: Krists Auznieks and Stefano Sgarbi
Poster: Philip Gabriel
Video: Cachi Bratoz – Gato Chino
Concept and Direction: Lorena Briscoe


Panikós – physical and mental frontiers  (Inspired by Paul Virilo book’s and observation of everyday life)

The Panikós performance is based on study of the mental and physical frontiers that the state of panic has generated in modern society.

By analyzing social reactions to these new forms of panic, the work generates and explores an atmosphere in which human rights lose their force and the temptation to make concessions so as to ward off danger grows relentlessly.

What would you sacrifice to protect yourself?
This is the central question of the piece.

Sinopsis: Two people in a circular room talk about the best way to identify a terrorist, initiating a piece of theatre that asks where violence comes from and what the possible victims might or might not do to protect themselves. The torturer’s reasons, the victims’ last.” 

A measure of time


  • experimental theatre/ drama/monolog
  • performance that combine acting with video projections and live music

Teodora Ionescu : concept, directing, performer, visual artist (installation,costumes)

Jeroen Traanman : video art , light

Rikkert Achtereekte: music

Viorica Cernica &Vincent Nijhof: photos

A Measure of Time is an English speaking experimental theater play. The play searches the boundaries between classical/modern acting, music, sound art and multimedia, whereby the public play its part.The performance is based on idea developed by the French writer Jean Cocteau in his play “Le bell indifferent” and by Romanian writer Matei Visniec in his play “ Garbegebin man”. The whole performance is presented as a collage that contains four monologues. The main monologue, the woman’s story it is designed as a classical performance piece, no effects, no music, only the main character and the public. The “Woman story” includes the other monologues-stories that are introduces to the public by live projections and live music. During those moments the art of sound and video is combined with the art of physical theater, dance and acting.

Relation between couples and madness is used as a excuse to show a symptomatic form of isolation, alienation of a human. A daily drama but eternal about break up between lovers. It is a warning sign for the human relations, the metamorphosis of love that from the euphoric mood can lead to decadence.  The play is a succession of circumstances revealing man’s failure on all levels, from the political level leading to the most frightening discovery- that self loss.

In a society suffering by schizophrenia, suffering by the gap between intellect and feeling, between body and soul, a return to what is human is necessary. The performance is a contemporary drama: the lack of real communication. Nobody hears and listen to nobody, the modern society, hyper mechanized, destroyed what make us human, the ability to love and to communicate. We hit each other like we hit a wall, the echoes are returning to us,  it does not reach the others.