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borderline experience, chaos, contrast, dream, laughter, rebellion, transformation
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Media Arts (video)
Performing Arts (installation, performance, physical theatre, ritual, theatre)
Visual Arts (video art)
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Absurdist theatre group Akhe from St. Petersburg pushes theatre to its limits. Challenging theatrical creativity with extreme minimalistic props and funding; this avantgardistic troupe explodes on stage. Their shows are in a constant state of flux and sometimes change from performance to...

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 Akhe Theatre

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Contact is one of the UKís leading arts organisations working with young people.

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Communication, place, tradition, love - there are a whole host of recurring themes that concern this young company. But the four shows Farm in the Cave has produced since its formation in 2001 indicate that itís concerned as much with ways and means of expression as it is with what is being...

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Nora Amin
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interculturalism, interdisciplinarity, ritual
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Performing Arts (education, performance, physical theatre, theatre)
Written and spoken word (drama)
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Founded in Cairo, in January 2000, by actress, director and writer, Nora Amin, La Musica Independent Theatre Group focuses on new forms of theatre expression intersecting with literature, visual arts, movement, dance and film. Nora Amin is interested in discovering new forms of theatrical...

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Film (short film)
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The rhythmic movement of the human body dancing, and the hard-edged soulless computer donít perhaps feel like natural allies. Yet Joumana Mourad has used the two together to create a new aesthetic. The work of IJAD Dance Company, founded by Mourad in 1995, redefines the boundaries between dance,...

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Taisto Oksanen as born in 1964 in Finland and graduated from The Theatre Academy of Finland in 1993. Since then he has worked as a free-lance actor in theatre, TV and Film. Oksanen also teaches drama at the Theatre Academy of Finland and since 1992 has been involved in the EDERED-ecounters; drama...

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emigration, interdisciplinarity, roots
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Film (documentary, experimental film)
Performing Arts (circus arts, education, martial arts, performance, physical theatre, storytelling, theatre)
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Anna Yen is an actor, physical theatre director and movement teacher. Her skills include circus performance (slackrope,object manipulation, hula hoops, balancing), martial arts and clown. At Magdalena Australia Festival Anna played the role of Loo Peng in Wicked Bodies with the Zen Zen Zo Physical...

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To see things differently, or to see different things. Lotte van den Berg is a theatre director who favours a minimalist style with little text. Van de Bergís silent productions reflect what we see and how we feel. They pose the question Ė What is it we really understand? Van de Berg introduces her...

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