ROOM 100

Split, Croatia
Type of organisation
Company / Collective
Performance space
Residency space
Main discipline
Circus arts
Year established
Geographical scope of action
Contact Person
Antonia Kuzmanic (Co-leader)
Biskupa Jurja Dobrile 6,
Split 21000

ROOM 100 was founded in 2010 by Antonia Kuzmanic and Jakov Labrovic.
Their first performance C8H11NO2 was selected and awarded by the jury of “Jeunes Talents Cirque Europe 2010” project, and receive a positive feedback from critics and public.

C8H11NO2 premiered in Paris in September 2011 and it has been performed since then at various contemporary circus, contemporary dance and performing arts festivals around the world.

The company premiered their second production Seed, a dance exploration, in November 2013, followed by the performance split, also from 2013, which was awarded with different contemporary art prizes. 

Beside performing and producing “performances which present a new approach to contemporary circus art and stretch performing art boundaries”, ROOM 100 is undergoing different projects that aims at introducing contemporary circus arts, its history and importance, to wider audiences in Croatia through HALA 100 – a residency place for contemporary circus arts (first of its kind in Croatia and ex-Yugoslavia, opened in June 2015), hosting international contemporary circus artists and circus movies screenings, as well as thematic exhibitions.