Matija Ferlin (HR): Evening class

body technique for preparation of the body on comprehensive movement and on research of isolated body parts and joints articulations

Matija Ferlin foto/photo by: Marko Vučenik


Matija Ferlin classes begin with exercises sourced from Pilates work with the aim to strengthen the abdominals in order to release the rest. The class continues with floor work that includes exercises and combinations that focus on the isolation of different body parts and joints.


Matija Ferlin was born in Pula (1982). Graduated at the School for New Dance Development in Amsterdam. Worked and lived in Berlin. After his returning to Pula he focused on researching and rearticulating different concepts of stage performance and other media such as short movies, videos and exhibitions.
He presented and performed his own work across Europe and America at numerous festivals such as Impulstanz in Vienna, Spider Festival in Lyon, Young Lions and Gibanica in Ljubljana, Ex-Yu festival in New York, Rhubarb Festival in Toronto, Contemporary Dance Festival in Bogota, Rencontre Choregraphiquein Paris, Dance and Non-Verbal Theatre Festival San Vincenti, Perforations Festival in Zagreb  and others.
He has collaborated with choreographers, directors, visual artists, and dramaturgs such as Ivica Buljan, Martin Butler, Christophe Chemin, Maja Delak, Luc Dunberry, Mauricio Ferlin, Ame Henderson, Aleksandra Janeva, Heinz Peter Knes, Matea Koležnik, Keren Levi, Karsten Liske, Maria Ohman & Claudia de Serpa Soares, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Sasha Waltz, David Zambrano, Jasna Žmak and many others.
New York V Magazine announced him as one of the most promising young choreographers in 2011.  
Matija is currently working and living in Pula, Croatia.

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