Cabbage, No Cabbage
During Cabbage, No Cabbage, Tomislav Feller and SM Snider engage with cabbages in sonic manipulation, live costume collaging, along with embodied movement and stillness practice. As such, they play with change and ephemerality while they harness the eroticism of waiting. The performance is a celebration of nature and it’s organic textures and shapes.
Tomislav Feller, SM Snider
Tomislav Feller is a choreographer and performer working between Amsterdam, Zagreb and Los Angeles. He graduated from the School for New Dance Development in 2010. Together with Manuel Scheiwiller he created Contemporary Cruising, a curatorial/choreographic duo that explores the notion of spectacle and the “perfect body” in contemporary performance. The project’s performances have been presented at festivals such as Les Urbaines in Lausanne, Platforma Festival in Zagreb, Porny Days in Zurich, Kunsthalle Vienna and Oceans breathe salty in New York. Tomislav also collaborates with Hana van der Kolk on an ongoing research on the politics and aesthetics of stillness, waiting, nothingness, and collective encounter. Their work has been presented at PAM and Anatomy Riot in Los Angeles, and at Jacuzzi in Amsterdam.
Stefan Martin Schneider (AT) is a musician, sound designer, performer and vegan cook and studied political science and anthropology in Vienna based in Amsterdam since 2008. He collaborates with choreographers and artists from the field of experimental dance and theatre, performance, installation and video art, presenting work at various festivals across Europe. His collaboration with Florentina Holzinger, SILK, was awarded the Prix de Jardin d'Europe 2012 at the Impulstanz Festival in Vienna, and he is currently touring Holzinger’s Apollon. His musical comedy solo project S.M. Snider is touring galleries and bars with the game show performance Who Wants To Be An Anarchist?.