Wednesday, April 27, 2016

New performance festival in Uppsala, Sweden – Västerbotten Courier

With a program that offers “room for conflicting audience experiences, rather forms a short circuit than harmony” draws new festival of performance art, Revolve Performance Art Days, started in Uppsala May 6

Behind the festival, which runs until 14 May, is Meat inspection Dance, Uppsala Art Museum Uppsala Concert & amp; Congress and is in collaboration with the Royal College of Art and Gustaf Broms.

At the festival, which begins with a concert by Japanese musician and installation artist Ryoji Ikeda, participates among others, the Israeli-American artist Tamar Ettun with the exhibition ” The yellow who wants “, and Martin Chramosta, Gustaf Brake and Nigel Rolfe.


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