Written by Zornitsa Stoyanova and performed by automatic generated voice by Kindle. *Note that punctuation format is choreographed based on the way the automatic voice recognizes pauses and inflections. _____________________________________________________________________________ We are we are the same I live inside you. Or do you live inside me? Who are you? When are we? Your eyes in my skull A different you… Read more →
Originally published on thinINKgDance.net on September 19th, 2019.
As I walk up to the newly rehabbed LOVE Park, I am greeted by nostalgia—the selfie sticks and posing tourists remind me of the time I first moved to Philadelphia. When did I forget to see my home city with the excitement of a tourist?
written by Zornitsa Stoyanova and performed by automatic voice generator (which is also the reason for the formatting) Out there above us, a beacon of peace watches. The international space station circles the earth, an image of humanity’s achievement. Astronauts from around the world meeting, working, eating, sleeping, shitting, waking up and meeting again… watching down on us. Orbiting… Read more →
BY ZORNITSA STOYANOVA | Feb. 12, 2018 | Written and published for thINKingDANCE.net A pair of dancers (Margot Electra Steinberg and Mary-Carmen Webb), anonymous and unmoving with foreheads on the wall and one hip relaxed, are positioned in the far-left corner. Across from them a black clad body (Celine McBride) enters. Her legs bare, she moves forward in an illusion… Read more →
BY ZORNITSA STOYANOVA | MAY 8, 2018 | Written and published for thINKingDANCE.net Personal history and context I was born and raised in Sofia, Bulgaria. In 2002, at age 20, I left everything I knew because of dance. Back then, there was no contemporary dance education or performance in my country. My parents supported me when I applied and… Read more →
BY ZORNITSA STOYANOVA | MARCH 14, 2016 | Written and published for Kat Sullivan’s week on CurateThis. I have known Zornitsa Stoyanova for just a few months now, but I’ve been seeing her work in dance performance and film/media for much longer. Most recently. I was enraptured (“I saw” just seems too bland) by her dance film dark matter, screened… Read more →