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Where is the Zombie? Episode 2

work in progress by Dragana Bulut
In the frame of 8th Tanznacht Berlin 2014

There’s nothing to be afraid of.
 Survival is the key.
 Knowledge is a part of the struggle for survival; the rest is up to you. You choose whether you get stuck in passive acceptance or stand up and shout, “I won’t be a victim! I’ll survive.” The choice is yours. So: shut windows, barricade doors, hoard water and food, make sure you have a radio, flashlight, tool kit, first aid kit, clothing, bedding, maps, important personal documents, cash, and other supplies that you may need for the first few days until you find a shelter. After you have made your emergency kit, organise into groups and make a plan in case of attack. Identify the possible risks in your area. Make a list of local services like the police, fire department and local emergency response team. Carefully plan your escape route. That way you’ll always have the advantage and if you succeed – they won’t stand a chance!

Author: Dragana Bulut.
 Artistic collaboration: Ljiljana Tasić, Ana Monteiro.
 Dramaturgy: Ana Vujanović.
 Support: Stanica service for contempoarary dance Belgrade, Tanzstipendium, der Regierende Bürgermeister Berlin, Senatskanzlei – Kulturelle Angelegenheiten, Ministry of Culture of Serbia. The first episode of the project was supported by Jardin d’Europe.

Dragana Bulut

Dragana Bulut works with choreography and dance. She is from Belgrade (Serbia) and currently lives in Berlin, where she graduated from MA studies Solo/Dance/Authorship, at HZT, University of Arts Berlin (UdK).Since 2005 she develops her own choreographic work, which was presented in various national and international contexts (including: Tanzquartier Vienna, Ausufern/Uferstudios, InTransit festival Berlin, euro-scene Leipzig, iDANS festival Istanbul, Fabrik Potsdam, Kondenz Festival, Danspace Project NY, eXplore Dance Festival). She won the Prix Jardin d’ Europe 2010 / European Prize for Young Choreographers, and received the 2004 and 2008 DanceWeb Europe Scholarship. She is a member of the Station-service for contemporary dance Belgrade.