Art stations fundation - by Grażyna Kulczyk



Georg Blochmann Goethe-Institu Warschau
Anastasia Hassiotis State School of Dance
Ewan McLaren Alfred ve Dvoře/motus o.s
Grzegorz Reske Centrum Kultury w Lublinie
Marta Keil East European Performative Arts Platform


Anastassia Hassiotis (Greece)
Iris-Kohar Karayan (Greece)
Marta Keil (Poland)
Weronika Szczawińska (Poland)
Ewan McLaren (Czech Republic)
Jana Bohutínská (Chech Republic)
Thomas Plischke (Germany)
Kattrin Deufert (Germany)


Fisheye Production House Klaipeda (Lithuania)
Inta Balode / Association of Professional Dance Choreographers of Latvia (Latvia)
Art Stations Foundation Poznan (Poland)
Tanec Praha / Ponec Theatre Praga (Chech Republic)
Stanica Žilina (Slovakia)
L1 Association Budapest (Hungary)
Bunker Ljubljana (Slovenia)
Stanica Belgrad (Serbia)
Derida Dance Sofia (Bulgaria)
ColectivA Cluj (Romania)
Yolk Studio (Greece)
Tala Dance Center Zagreb (Croatia)
PACT Zollverein Essen (Germany)
Tanzelarija Sarajevo (Bosnia and Hercegovina)

Identity.Move! Research Platform for Contemporary Dance in the Eastern Belt of the European Union

Let us think then about the 'local', the 'regional', the 'authentic' in the social and economic context and thus see it becoming more and more blurry. The present system of artistic production in Europe forced the performing artists, dancers, choreographers to develop skills of mobility, adjustment and flexibility, which made them a group of precarious culture producers.

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Paradoxically, even if their attitude towards the system is critical, they do perfectly meet, willingly or not, the standards of the neoliberal, 'westernized' countries. What does remain when the 'local' turns out to be a mere product? How does this constant shift between locations, contexts and cultures influence the artists’ work? Is the East still running after the West? And what does the East mean, after all? Let us put the concepts and names in motion, observe their travel and make this crisis move.

IDENTITY MOVE eastern belt

Identity.Move! offers a transnational platform for theoretical and artistic research in the field of contemporary dance and related performing arts focusing on the 'Eastern Belt' of Europe: Bosnia and Hercegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia.

Identity.Move! is coordinated by Goethe-Institut Warsaw in cooperation with Centre for Culture Lublin, Obcanske sdruzeni Motus in Prague and the State School of Dance in Athens with the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union.

Art Stations Foundation by Grażyna Kulczyk is associated partner of the project.

With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union