From our collections – Nataša Matjašec Rošker, the recipient of the Borštnik Ring Award 2023

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Nataša Matjašec Rošker, the recipient of the Borštnik Ring Award 2023

The artistry of Nataša Matjašec Rošker can be divided into two characteristic periods. In years 1995–2007 she was creatively engaged in the independent theatre scene (at the same time being present as a guest performer in virtually every Slovene theatre institution, while all along appearing in notable movies as well), From 2007, she is a member of the acting ensemble of Drama SNT Maribor.

As the dramaturge Maja Borin stated of this year’s Borštnik Ring Award recipient: “The essence of her acting is elusive, distant from any categorisation since her creative quest never reaches an end. It constantly strives to realize new acting modes and means of expression. Her aim is not to reach the otherness per se, since her touch for unconventional ways of stage presence penetrates deeper into the staging manner, the acting creation, the role, relations, states of being (…) The modus operandi of her acting flair is perfection to the last nuance and detail, inventing of new formats at the crossroads of different artistic fields. Although she devoted the larger part of her career to the most diverse genres of drama theatre, her closeness to experimental and laboratory forms, the puppet theatre and film inclusive, remains open as ever.”

 

Sebastijan Horvat, Elsinor (based on Hamlet), directed by Sebastijan Horvat, Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television of the University of Ljubljana, première 27 January 1994, Cekin Mansion In the photo: Nataša Matjašec as Gertruda and Aleš Kolar as Klavdij Photo: Tone Stojko; source: SLOGI Iconotheque – Theatre Museum.

Sebastijan Horvat, Elsinor (based on Hamlet), directed by Sebastijan Horvat, Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television of the University of Ljubljana, première 27 January 1994, Cekin Mansion.
In the photo: Nataša Matjašec as Gertruda and Aleš Kolar as Klavdij.
Photo: Tone Stojko; source: SLOGI Iconotheque – Theatre Museum.

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