Alica Minar is a Slovak choreographer and performer based in Berlin and Prague. On the basis of her artistic research she is looking for an intensive physical experience for the audience.
Her works offer strong visuality, where abstraction and narration go hand in hand. In her creations, she intuitively searches for humor and poetry that arise through bizarre situations. She is committed to research burning yet omitted aspects of difficult societal topics and dissect them together with the audience.
In recent years, she has intensively researched the relationship between body and objects on the basis of principles of dance and clowning.
BA in Financial Mathematics, Charles University in Prague
Duncan Centre Conservatory in Prague
BcA in Choreography, Academy of Performing Arts in Prague
La Manufacture – one year exchange at, Haute école des arts de la scène in Lausanne (CH)
MA in Choreography, Inter-University Center for Dance Berlin
Stipendiums received during 2019-2022
Stipendiums and grants received during 2019-2021
Deutschlandstipendium – support of studies, Berlin (DE)
PROMOS Stipendium from DAAD – artist residency at Cotomeya art centre in Tottori (JP)
i-Portunus, mobility, Creative Europe – intern for creation of Elenit by Euripides Laskaridis (GR)
Visegrad fund – performing arts residency in Rozbarth theatre, Bytom (PL)
2022 DEVOURER, Divadlo X10, Prague and Acker Stadt Palast, Berlin
2021 PERMEANCE, Studio Alta, Prague and Uferstudios, Berlin