Diana Rojas-Feile is a director, performer and author. Her transdisciplinary work ranges from site-specific works, interactive performances and installations to audio walks and radio plays. The core of her work is multiperspectivity around a sociopolitical topic created through documentary interviews, mixed with a fictional thread. [caption id="attachment_12836" align="aligncenter" width="768"] «UHU EXPERIMENT» © Claudia Popovici[/caption] [caption id="attachment_12837" align="aligncenter" width="768"] «UHU EXPERIMENT – Open Air Version» © Clemens Nestroy[/caption] Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Featured image: «WALD» © Maria Cheilpoulou
To see not just to look… To experience not just to sense. Panorama Kino Theatre redefines the theatrical experience as its unique rotating viewing cabinet transforms reality into fantasy, provoking our senses and re-mystifying the world we inhabit. Offering a range of highly interactive, site specific shows, creative collaborations with local artists, or specially commissioned projects, Panorama challenges perceptions and reconnects people with the space and with each other. [caption id="attachment_12473" align="aligncenter" width="720"] Panorama Kino Theatre © M. Suleymanova[/caption] [caption id="attachment_12474" align="aligncenter" width="723"] Panorama Kino Theatre © T. Greder[/caption] Contact diffusion: Tom Greder, email@example.com Featured image by V. Bezhan
The solo works of this artist, musician and director as well as his collaborations with Martin Zimmermann have toured internationally in renowned venues.
A space where multidisciplinary encounters inspire each other, creating productions that aim to change perceptions and alter people’s outlook.
As an artistic research project involving different art forms, Trickster-p have expanded their definition of theatre to dispense with genre boundaries.
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A Swiss-Greek choreographer and visual artist, whose practice unfolds at the intersection of dance, performance, the visual arts and theatre.
A dancer, choreographer and radically trans-disciplinary artist who utilises live performance, video, writing, object contruction and installations.
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