‘IF’: Planning, Research and Co-creation of an Existential Installation-performance

ABSTRACT: In her article “‘IF’: Planning, Research and Co-creation of an Existential Installation-performance” Rita Sebestyen offers an account of the research period and performances of the experimental, action-research based and interdisciplinary performance ‘IF’. The installation-performance was co-created by a group

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‘IF’: Planning, Research and Co-creation of an Existential Installation-performance

ABSTRACT: In her article “‘IF’: Planning, Research and Co-creation of an Existential Installation-performance” Rita Sebestyen offers an account of the research period and performances of the experimental, action-research based and interdisciplinary performance ‘IF’. The installation-performance was co-created by a group

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Mothers Days

Members of An Artist Residency in Motherhood were invited to simultaneously record the events of the July 15th, 2019, in as much or as little detail as they chose. The book shares accounts from 81 people* in 19 countries—all artists

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Mothers Days

Members of An Artist Residency in Motherhood were invited to simultaneously record the events of the July 15th, 2019, in as much or as little detail as they chose. The book shares accounts from 81 people* in 19 countries—all artists

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The Jewellery box / Somewhere

‘Somewhere’ is an inspiring collection of stories about migration. Written from 20 women’s perspectives, it brings a refreshing and uniting voice to this compelling and trending topic. More people are likely to be migrating now than at any other time

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The Jewellery box / Somewhere

‘Somewhere’ is an inspiring collection of stories about migration. Written from 20 women’s perspectives, it brings a refreshing and uniting voice to this compelling and trending topic. More people are likely to be migrating now than at any other time

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Bio

Artist and writer: Seeker of new voices, genres, cross-genre approaches with an inclination towards experience design, collaboration and immersion in every media she works. Writer and editor of several artistic publications in both academic and literary field. Recently published texts

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Bio

Artist and writer: Seeker of new voices, genres, cross-genre approaches with an inclination towards experience design, collaboration and immersion in every media she works. Writer and editor of several artistic publications in both academic and literary field. Recently published texts

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IF

About the performance: What would you do if you could be reborn in any body at any place? What would you do if you could choose your gender? Your lifespan? From one minute to eternity? If you could choose your

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IF

About the performance: What would you do if you could be reborn in any body at any place? What would you do if you could choose your gender? Your lifespan? From one minute to eternity? If you could choose your

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Publication list

Books Sebestyén, R, A tizennegyedik (The fourteenth). A collection of essays-short stories on human geography and Otherness). Ed. by Zsolt Láng, Bookart, Csíkszereda, 2010. Contributor to books Sebestyén, R, Mothers Days, Published by An Artist Residency in Motherhood, Printing Kreider, Pittsburgh,

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Publication list

Books Sebestyén, R, A tizennegyedik (The fourteenth). A collection of essays-short stories on human geography and Otherness). Ed. by Zsolt Láng, Bookart, Csíkszereda, 2010. Contributor to books Sebestyén, R, Mothers Days, Published by An Artist Residency in Motherhood, Printing Kreider, Pittsburgh,

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Editor: Otherness and the Performing Arts

Otherness and the Performing Arts Contributors: Adam Czirak, David Schwartz, Azadeh Sharifi, Emily Hunka, Marco Galea, Oroszlán Anikó, Marie Bennett, Eszter Horváth Edited by Rita Sebestyén and Matthias Stephan introduction Re/shaping Otherness is the focus of the current, special issue

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Editor: Otherness and the Performing Arts

Otherness and the Performing Arts Contributors: Adam Czirak, David Schwartz, Azadeh Sharifi, Emily Hunka, Marco Galea, Oroszlán Anikó, Marie Bennett, Eszter Horváth Edited by Rita Sebestyén and Matthias Stephan introduction Re/shaping Otherness is the focus of the current, special issue

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27 ways to be born

2016                   27 ways to be born – director, othernessproject and Passage Festival, DK/SE photo by: Halla Marín Hafþórsdóttir

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27 ways to be born

2016                   27 ways to be born – director, othernessproject and Passage Festival, DK/SE photo by: Halla Marín Hafþórsdóttir

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Before It Is Too Late

Social sensitivity, synchronicity and participatory aspects of Scandinavian culture, with a special outlook on the oeuvre of Thierry Geoffroy, Colonel Spaces for social-artistic interactions, sensitivity towards sustainable processes and the environment, collaborative, participative education and arts, the taste for interruptive

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Before It Is Too Late

Social sensitivity, synchronicity and participatory aspects of Scandinavian culture, with a special outlook on the oeuvre of Thierry Geoffroy, Colonel Spaces for social-artistic interactions, sensitivity towards sustainable processes and the environment, collaborative, participative education and arts, the taste for interruptive

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Inside Out Three Sisters

2016                   Inside Out Three Sisters (co-creator; directed by Lars Henning), Copenhagen International School of Performing Arts, 2nd Years. Award for Research and Innovation: International Festival for Theatre Schools, Fez, Morocco, 2016. photo by: Halla Marín Hafþórsdóttir

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Inside Out Three Sisters

2016                   Inside Out Three Sisters (co-creator; directed by Lars Henning), Copenhagen International School of Performing Arts, 2nd Years. Award for Research and Innovation: International Festival for Theatre Schools, Fez, Morocco, 2016. photo by: Halla Marín Hafþórsdóttir

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