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Performance, Architecture and Landscape Symposium – Day 5

The Performance, Architecture and Landscape Symposium will end on Wednesday, July 3, with the lecture held by the Swedish choreographer Mårten Spångberg, in dialogue with Andreea Căpitănescu and Romanian architects Vladimir Nicula and Emil Ivănescu. Mårten Spångberg is a performance related artist living and working in Stockholm. His interests concern choreography in an expanded field,

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Performance, Architecture and Landscape Symposium – Day 4

Tuesday, July 2, starting 19:30, there will be two lectures delivered by the Belgian artist Micheline Dufert and architect Ilinca Paun Constantinescu, in dialogue with Andreea Căpitănescu, cultural manager and curator of WASP Working Art Space and Production, and architect Emil Ivănescu, president of the Romanian Architects Order – Bucharest Branch. Micheline Dufert – urban

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We Are Still Watching, created by Ivana Müller, is played for the first time in Romania, within eXplore festival #13

eXplore festival – Bucharest International Contemporary Dance and Performance Festival presents on Saturday, October 20, 2018, the play We Are Still Watching, created by Ivana Müller in collaboration with the choreographer Andrea Bozic, artist and theatre director David Weber-Krebs and the dramatist Jonas Rutgeerts. The play has the form of a “reading rehearsal” in which

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About Performance, Architecture and Landscape Symposium, with Andreea Căpitănescu

The Performance, architecture and landscape symposium approaches the relationship between art, architecture and landscape from a perspective of ecological practices, in which the body is seen as a link between these specific areas. The second perspective refers to the fact that, in the future, climate change will influence, transform and endanger the human existence in

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4 MINUTES 10 SECONDS 6 MONTHS | George Crîngașu

Date: 30.09, 20:00 The video developed for 4 MINUTES 10 SECONDS 6 MONTHS follows a linear motion of a virtual camera, its role being to show the personal journey of the construction of each scene. The artist wanted to represent a system similar to the one of the transition from static 2D to motion 3D

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Ivana Muller performance 2_photo credit Sanne Peper

We Are Still Watching, created by Ivana Müller, is played for the first time in Romania, within eXplore festival #13

eXplore festival – Bucharest International Contemporary Dance and Performance Festival presents on Saturday, October 20, 2018, the play We Are Still Watching, created by Ivana Müller in collaboration with the choreographer Andrea Bozic, artist and theatre director David Weber-Krebs and the dramatist Jonas Rutgeerts. The play has the form of a “reading rehearsal” in which

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