Lua-te-aș la întrebări! cu Lia Marin

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Hello people! Eu sunt Andrei și bine v-am regăsit pe blogul meu. Astăzi, datorită faptului că v-a plăcut foarte mult articolul despre meditație, m-am gândit că ar fi cazul să aflați mai multe despre Lia Marin. Așadar, am zis să o iau puțin la întrebări 😉 Ce a ieșit, vedeți mai jos. Enjoy! 😉

1. Cine este Lia Marin?

Artista dramatica si saltimbanca, mama de pisica din alte tari, copil uituc, vecina buna de spionat, mare fana a schimbarilor dese, ori pierduta in padure sau oras, ori dispatuta in munca, idei etc, adult in formare care incearca sa ia din starea asta ce-mi serveste mie.

2. Care sunt principalele calități care te definesc și cum te-au ajutat acestea până acum?

Ambitia, incapatanarea si capacitatea uriasa de munca. Am intalnit multi oameni care le ar trece pe cele 3 la defecte, dar mie imi servesc foarte bine ca sa imi indeplinesc tot ce imi propun sau visez.
Toate astea sunt contrabalansate de nevoia gigantica de a fi afara, in natura, sa rad si sa plec in plimbari in oras sau prin tara fara un plan anume.

3. Când ti ai dat seama că vrei sa te faci actriță?

De fiecare data cand cineva imi vorbeste despre viata lor sau ce meserie fac. Ma indragostesc atat de profund de alte vietii si le vreau PE TOATE. Asa ca mereu imi multumesc ca sunt actrita si pot sa explorez atatea alte perspective complet diferite ale sinelui meu.

4.Un moment memorabil din UNATC a fost când…

Am plecat cu colegii de grupa in Franta timp de 3 saptamani la un workshop alaturi de colegii nostri francezi. Intens, interntional si foarte personal, cum imi place mie. Dupa ce ne-am intors si am terminat de lucrat la spectacolul de licenta, am si scris toti la un spectacol despre plecarea asta, care a fost o alta experienta fantastica in sine. Tin minte ca lucram super mult si pe partea fizica, si eu ma simteam incredibil de mandra si bucuroasa sa ma antrenez alaturi de colegii mei ptr ca acum poate simteau si ei bucuria de a se misca si dansa (sper!:))) ). Apoi am inceput sa repetam in teatru, cred ca au fost 2 saptamani. Inceput sa lucram in a doua zi de Paste toti si ne-am mutat impreuna in teatru. Coregrafa ne-a invatat cum sa facem poze mentale cu ochii ptr coregrafii, si imi aduc aminte ca faceam asta mult in afara lucrului ptr ca eram foarte fericita sa fiu acolo cu toata lumea si voiam sa ma asigur ca nu uit.

5. Ai vrut vreodata să abandonezi? Dacă da, ce ti-a readus ambiția?

Oh doamne da. Cred ca toti oamenii din profesia asta simt asta la un moment dat, e o joaca intre a abadona si a merge pana peste limitele personale. Ciudat e ca eu n am simtit niciodata asta cand aveam multe proiecte si era foarte, foarte greu, ci cand nu era nimic la orizont. Atunci te pandeste de fapt.
Pana la urma meseria noastra este intr-adevar una dintre cele mai grele domenii de patruns si in care sa zici da, mai, i made it (orice ar insemna asta ptr fiecare). Nu exista o „reteta”, nu poti sa le spui alor tai „gata, inca un an si puteti sa stai linistiti”, nu exista siguranta, mai ales la inceput. Doar siguranta de sine si speranta arzand. Cred ca gandurile de abandon sunt niste teste initiatice ptr ca te pregatesc ptr restul carierei.
Ptr mine este despre valoarea pe care o pot aduce oamenilor prin ceea ce fac, speranta ca o sa ii fac sa se simta mai putin singuri si sa se recunoasca in ceea ce le ofer. Sa isi puna intrebari despre ei si realitatea in care traiesc. Inclusiv acum, povestind despre lucrurile astea, sper sa ajunga la urechile care au nevoie de cuvintele si povestile astea.

6. Cum ai luat contact cu dansul?

Intre profa de balet care ma plesnea la gradi ptr ca nu puteam sa ridic piciorul pe bara pana la 16 ani n a fost mare lucru in afara de o senzatia ciudata de a fi in propriul corp. Apoi mi-am dat seama ca daca vreau sa fac treaba asta cu actoria, as face bine sa imi antrenez si cunosc trupul, ca sa nu ma trezesc ca ma tradeaza cand mi-e lumea mai draga. Asa ca am inceput sa fac balet, sa merg la cursuri de dans de societate de pe la 17 ani, impreuna cu toata stigma aferenta de „ce mai poti sa faci tu la varsta asta…de mica trebuia”.
Cursurile astea ma entuziasmau fantastic, asa ca usor, usor am inceput sa merg la cursuri de dans contemporan, tabere, workshopuri. A fost misto tare la inceput, ptr ca ma simteam fix zero barat+ speranta uriasa ca intr-o zi n-o sa mai fie asa+placerea de a ma misca si a avea mici victorii la fiecare curs. De-a lungul facultatii ajunsesem sa merg la toate cursurile posibile de dans contemporan din Bucuresti. Intr-o tabara am cunoscut-o pe Beatrice Tudor cu care am facut spectacole de-a lungul facultatii si dupa si care m-a provocat constant.

7. Ce înseamnă dansul pentru tine?

Hai ca o iau de la personal la abstract.
Sculptura in propriul mindset.
Dovada ca orice investitie ti se intoarce.
Si muschi fierbinti gata sa te poarte in diferite forme, idei, emotii.

8. Dintre teatru, dans si meditatie, care este hobby-ul tău preferat?

Toate sunt pe rând hobbyuri, devenite pasiuni, actualmente joburi. Așadar, aleg mersul pe munte!

9. Un lucru simplu care mă face fericită este…

Când se înnoptează si miroase a fum si a pământ umed primăvara sau toamna. Pentru ca miroase la fel si in UK si in Romania.

10. Ce ai vrea să le transmiți cititorilor mei?

Sa fie curiosi, sa-si vada de drumul lor, sa-si tina ochii la ce se intampla in lume si sa viseze mult si infricosator de mare.

Buuuuuuun, gata pe azi! Sper că v-a plăcut articolul (și de Lia 🙂 )! Până data viitoare, remember, you are the best.

Instagram: Eu: @andrei_pilattt; Lia: @liacm

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Hello people! I am Andrew and welcome or welcome back on my blog. Today, because you really liked the article about meditation, I thought you might want to know more about Lia Marin. So, I thought I’d take a few questions 😉 You can see below what came out. Enjoy! 😉

1.Who is Lia Marin?

Dramatic Artist under work, long-distance mom to my cat, forgetfull child, spying-worthy neighbour, big fan of constant change, either lost in a forest or in the city OR reported missing in work, ideas etc, adult in progress trying to negocitate with this state and pick what serves me from it.

2.What are the main qualities that define you and how have they helped you so far?

Ambition, stubbornness and an imense capacity to work. I met lots of people who would write off these 3 things as faults, but they serve me in my pursuit for my plans and dreams.
All of these are balanced out by the immense need to be outside in nature, to laugh and to travel in foreign cities and countries without a plan.

3.When did you realize you wanted to be an actress?

Every single time someone talks to me about their life or jobs. I simply and profoundly fall in love with other lives and I want them ALL. So I always thank myself that I chose to be an actress and I get to explore so many other perspectives and sides of myself.

4.A memorable moment in UNATC was when…

Me and my acting group from uni went to France for 3 weeks for a workshop. It was intense, international and very personal, just like I like it. After we came back and finished working on our graduating show, we co-wrote a show about this trip, which was another amazing experince in itself. I remember we were training physically intensely and I was incredibly proud and happy to train alongside my classmates, because now they could also feel my pleasure of moving and dancing (i hope!:))) ). Then we started rehearsing in a theatre for maybe 2 weeks. We started working the Monday after Easter and we moved into the theatre. Our choreographer taught us how to take mental pictures to remember our choreos, but I would do it so much after rehearsals, because I was really happy to be there with everyone and I wanted to make sure I don’t forget.

5.Have you ever wanted to give up? If so, what brought your ambition back?

Oh God, yes. I think everyone in this line of work feels that at some point, it’s a juggle between abandoning and overcommiting yourself beyond your limits. I find it strange that i never felt like giving up when i had tons of projects and it was really difficult, but rather when I had absolutely nothing to do. That’s the moment when it’s creeping up on you.
Afterall, our job is the most difficult field to make it in (what ever make it means to you). There is no recipe, no possibility of telling your parents „one more year and afterall it all go smooth”, there is no certainty, at least not in the beginning. Only self confidence and burning hope. I think these thoughts of abandoning are initiating rities that prepare you for the rest of your career.
For me, staying is about the value I bring to people through my projects in my quest to make people feel less alone and to recognise themselves in art. To question themselves and their reality. Even with this interview, i hope my stories and confessions will reach the people who are open and need to hear these things.

6.How did you make contact with the dance?

Between my ballet teacher from preschool who would slap me of I couldn’t lift my leg on the barre and the age of 16, nothing much, except a weird, awkwards sensation of being in my body. Then I realized that if I wanna do this theatre thing, I’d better start training to get to know my body so it doesn’t betray me when I least need it. I started taking ballet lessons and society dance when I was 17, followed by the appropriate stigma about „what will you be able to do now…you should have started when you were little). I was enjoying the classes tremendously so i started to take up contemporary dance, anything I could find…classes, workshops, camps. It was really cool in the beginning, because i was feeling like I knew absolutely nothing + huge hope that one day I won t feel like that + the pleasure to move my body and have tiny victories in every class. During uni, at some point, I was takeing all the contemoprary dance classes that were in Bucharest at that time. In a dance camp I met Beatrice Tudor, who was then a choreography student, with whom I trained and worked during uni, dancing in her pieces and later in her projects.

7.What does dancing mean to you?

I’ll take it from personal to abstract.
Sculpting into your mindset.
Proof of return of investment.
Hot, wet muscles ready to support your shapeshifting through form, ideas and emotion.

8.Between theatre, dance and meditation, what is your favorite hobby?

All of them are hobbies, turned passions, presently jobs. So, I choose hiking!

9.One simple thing that makes me happy is…

When night falls and it smells like smoke and wed ground during spring or autumn. Because it smells the same in the UK and Romania.

10.What would you like to convey to my readers?

To stay curious, to go do their thing, to keep their eyes open to reality and to dream a lot and scary-BIG.

okkk, that is it! I hope you like this article (and Lia too:) ). Until next time, remeber, you are the best!

Instagram: Me : @andrei_pilattt ; Lia: @liacm

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