Mobilise / Demobilise

UpStage, Teater InterAkt andSchaumbad - Freies Atelierhaus Graz

Sunday 27 June 2021  UK TIME: 9am  LOCATION: UpStage

Mobilise/Demobilise is an artistic response to a world of increasing conflict, crisis and emergency. Human mobility and the impact of mobile technologies are explored through a series of networked performances, as Covid19 lockdowns and travel restrictions force us to live more and more of our lives online.

This is a work-in-progress presentation. Mobilise/Demobilise wlil present a series of cyberforamnces in October as part of the launch of the rebuilt UpStage platform.

DATE: Sunday 27 June 2021

UK TIME: 9am – find your local time


LOCATION: UpStage – you will receive an email with the zoom link once you have booked in.

LANGUAGE: English, with some German and Swedish

Mobilise/Demobilise is an international collaboration between UpStage, the online cyberformance venue, Teater InterAkt (Malmö, Sweden) and Schaumbad – Freies Atelierhaus Graz (Austria), funded by Creative Europe.

Participating artists include:
UpStage: Helen Varley Jamieson, Vicki Smith
Teater InterAkt: Sara Larsdotter Hallqvist, Cecilia Nkolina, Jesper Miikman
Schaumbad: Eva Ursprung, Anita Hofer and Cym.


Teater InterAkt

Schaumbad Freies Atelierhaus Graz


UpStage is an online venue for cyberformance, first developed by the globally distributed cyberformance troupe Avatar Body Collision in 2003. It is currently being completely rebuilt to bring it up to date with the latest internet technologies, and the new platform will be launched in October 2021. For more information about the rebuild, which is part of the Creative Europe-funded project Mobilise/Demobilise, please visit

Dah Teatar

Rebuilding Theatre - Towards a New Future

DAH Teatar

Sunday 27 June 2021  TIME: 10am UK  LOCATION: Zoom  LANGUAGES: English, Spanish

DAH Teater’s project REBUILDING THE THEATRE TOWARD A NEW FUTURE aims to translate our performances in audiovisual language in order to stay in touch with our audience through digital Medias. The project consisted of a digital campaign that presented short videos created from DAH performances dealing with themes such as multicultural tolerance, children’s rights and creative articulation of civil protest; the webinar ACT YOUR RIGHT; and the series of on-line conversations with artists-CONNECTIONS.

The project will be presented by Dijana Miloseviĉ and Jadranka Andjeliĉ.



DATE: Sunday 27 June 2021

UK TIME: 10:00 – find your local time

LOCATION: Zoom – you will received an email with the zoom link once you have booked in.

LANGUAGES: English, Spanish translation

Dijana Milosević is a theatre director, activist, writer and lecturer. She co-founded DAH Theatre Research Centre in Belgrade, Serbia and has been its leading director for thirty years. She is a well-known lecturer and has taught at prestigious universities, writes about theatre and is the Professor at the Institute for Modern Dance in Belgrade.

Jadranka Andjelić is a co-founder of DAH Theatre Research Centre in Belgrade, Serbia, theater director at DAH, internationally and in Brazil (from 2008 -2019), and artistic director of the  International Women’s Performing Arts Festival MULTICIDADE in Rio de Janeiro.

More info about DAH Teatar and the project:
The project consists of a series of actions to re-frame and re-build the activities during the pandemic restrictions in 2020.