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Making love with the things I hate addresses the feeling of powerlessness when confronted with an accelerated process of profound political, environmental and technological change.
The last supper is a performance in which the spectators are invited to sit at the table with the performers. These will revisit the last words of heroes, stars and people sentenced to death, around thirteen “last menus.”
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This day-long workshop held in the halls of the National Gallery aims to question the role of Female Sexuality in the History of Art, explore the nuance of the nude and how the concept of the Male Gaze has permeated notions of female sexuality throughout history.
Kjell Theøry is an augmented reality performance by the art and technology collective Anatomical Theatres of Mixed Reality (ATOM-r).
Theatre and film are ingeniously interwoven in a wordless production that follows the inhabitants of a small village community gripped by the fear of an impending disaster – a flood.
The aim of this workshop is to share Eva's creative practice with others, to give them an insight into her work, and to open up her creative process to the external influences brought in by them.
Likes bases itself on the analysis of two of the most popular Youtube phenomena: cover dance and tutorials and videos on the different techniques of yoga.
Neon Naked is a new and unique Life Drawing experience that specializes in creating unusual and creative designs by using vibrant and bold living sculptures.
Pour is a work that explores the vulnerability and strength of women, uncovering the layers of sickness we absorb in our bodies through a society that does not support them.