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VICTORIA – CHOREOGRAPHIC SHOW cast: Maruca Băiașu, Ioana Brumar, Catinca Hanțiu, Iulia Lupașcu, Ramona Niculae, Paula Pîrvu, Loredana Vlăduț, Eduard Chimac, Vlad Crudu, Vlad Furtună, Ciprian Loghin, Daniel Stănciucu concept and choreography: Ruxandra Bobleagă choreography assistants: Iulia Lupașcu, Vlad Furtună set: Gabi Albu // costumes: Maria Ștefănescu // assistant choreographer: Maria Constantin, Ruxandra Bobleagă //

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DIALOGUE: Post-surveillance art

Guests: Anda Zahiu, Constantin Vică, Cristian Iftode, Cristina Voinea, Iosif Király Moderator: Andreea Căpitănescu 14 November, 19:00 WASP – Working Art Space & Production, 67 -93 Ion Minulescu Str. Bucharest WASP STUDIOS invites the public on the 14th of November, 19:00 to take part in a dialog about the influences and presence of the surveillance

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Performance by Anton Ovchinnikov // Immersive multi-channel video installation

”Intimate Choreographies. Mapping a new reality” presents: 19:00 – 20:00 Beauty of the Beast – Performance with & by Anton Ovchinnikov (Ukraine) 20:00 – 21:00 Immersive multi-channel video installation, concept and artistic direction: Andreea Căpitănescu   03 November 2022, 19:00 – 21:00 WASP – Working Art Space & Production, 67 -93 Ion Minulescu Str. Bucharest

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Ember – a show by Judith State premiering at WASP Working Art Space and Production

event part of the Life Long Burning (LLB) – Towards a sustainable Eco-System for Contemporary Dance in Europe 4Culture Association announces the premiere of EMBER, by Judith State, on 21 and 22 October, 7pm, at WASP – Working Art Space and Production, 67-93 Ion Minulescu Street, Bucharest. Duration: 1h. After the performance, the audience is

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(Ro) OPEN CALL – And what art can do about it?

OPEN CALL – And what art can do about it? dedicated to interdisciplinary visual artists (new media, multimedia, cross-media artists) EXTENDED DEADLINE: 05.10.2022 Deadline for application: 30.09.2022 Period: 4.10 – 4.11.2022 The project ‘And what art can do about it?’ questions a recurring theme in contemporary society, namely the relationship between art and eco-socio-political crises. At