APPARAT 

The performance will explore the following themes and experiments of form:
·        The activated gaze
·        Bodies as a room-building element
·        The function of the ceremony
·        Radios as a tool for composing auditory space
Presented by Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts from Sweden.

PORTMANTEAU
Looking like serialism and sounding like Spanglish, Four Shadows tell stories from the lost and found suitcases they carry with them. The performance is presented by York St. John University in England.

THE SECRET LIFE OF A STREET IN PRAGUE
After researching the architectural history and construction of the streets of Prague (from building contracts to physical construction) will grow The Secret Life of a Street in Prague -  a performance presented by Columbia University School of the Arts from New York.

INFLATED EGO!
Family Feud. The archetypes compete in teams to guess the most "popular" answers to questions as determined by American public polls. As they guess, they reveal their individuality. The game becomes a stand off of defending oneself as an American and ultimately deteriorates. Presented by California Institute of the Arts.

DAYDREAMING 
The exploration of the subtle state that interweaves illusion with reality, when our hands are busy and our minds at ease. Presented by The Russian Academy of Theatre Arts.

TO LIVE IS TO LEAVE TRACES 
A costume-set design proposes a direct exchange with the spectator, stimulating him to construct the performatic act while printing traces of his own individual needs. Stemmed from the concept that the point of view can transform a happening into a performatic act, the costume design never stops presenting itself.
Presented by the University of São Paulo, Brazil.

PRISON
A street action with the participation of students equipped with props and elements of the scenery. Conceptually, the performance is referring to F. Kafka's "Letter to His Father" and it is going to be an individual attempt of rendering the text with laying emphasis on emotional meaning. Presented by the Jan Matejko Academy Of Fine Arts in Krakow, Poland.

PUPPETS IN PRAGUE
A puppet show based on the experience of participating in a 15-day workshop where the students created their own marionettes. Directed by Dora Bouzkova and Mirek Trejtnar from the Puppets in Prague.

WATCH THIS SPACE 
Looking at the poem “Burnt Norton” by T.S.Eliot, particularly the lines, “At the still point of the turning world. Neither flesh nor fleshless; Neither from nor towards; at the still point, there the dance is”. Presented by Nottingham Trent University, UK.

BRINE MACHINE 
An impossible machine that allows us to travel around the Mediterranean, giving us some hints of cultures and customs. The playful performance looking for a direct complicity with the audience presented by the School of Dramatic Art of the Theatre Institute of Barcelona, Spain.

FOOT-STEPS
War as a great political game… The performance is presented by Tbilisi State Academy of Arts from Georgia.

WELCOME TO THE LAND
Five interactive and performative ‘costumes’ presented by the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.

THROUGH.THE.SCREEN.LOOKING.FOR.THE.OTHER
The performance targets the influence of the screen on the personal relationship. The act will show the necessity of a straight body language, which is only half of virtual communication. Presented by the Institut Saint-Luc in Brussels, Belgium.

SHADOW TRACERS
The performance will focus on the hidden stories of the inhabitants of the city, and will formulate as a live tapestry of captured moments of their lives. The performance will be visually driven and will be linguistically neutral, using the scenographic elements to act as catalysts for the emergence of a dramaturgy. Presented by Rose Bruford College, UK.

OUR TOWN
In 1901, a young couple in Grover’s Corners rediscovered the loveliness of life through their ordinary experience - life and death, sorrow and happiness. In the end, they understood how to appreciate the present. The performance is presented by the Music Promotion Association - “Life Music” from Macau, SAR.

LONG-RUBBERBAND-GAME
The Long-Rubberband-Game is a Korean traditional game that depicts traditional korean culture, childhood, and a culture of playing. The performance will interpret this game in the modern way, talking about today’s modern global market, hegemonism, or invisible  hierarchy. Presented by the Korea National University of Arts, Seoul.

ETUDE
The Etude is inspired by the poetry of Nikolay Gumilev. This is how we perceive his inner world, his impressions and desires. Accompanied by his verse, the play uses simple objects to visualize childhood, Africa, nature, and love - cans and basins turn into exotic headdresses, fabric turns into animals, and a mirror becomes a lake. Presented by the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts.

GONG
The main theme of the performance is an improvised sensibility. Performers communicate with the audience intuitively by using everyday stuff. Presented by the Korea National University of Arts, Seoul.

DANCE BETWEEN GRADATIONS ON A RULER. THE RHYTHM IS OFF.
We don't choose the world ourselves. The important thing is just, "What kind of dance would you dance in this floating world?" The music performance is presented by the Korea National University of Arts, Seoul.

SCENE FOR A COSTUME 2
The performance aims for an interdisciplinary exchange between plastic arts and theatre through a costume-installation. Its main idea is to have the scene creation and performance conditioned by the performers interaction with the costume. Presented by the Rio de Janeiro State University, Brazil.

BLACK SAIL, WHITE SAIL
A design-led, physical, dynamic piece using puppetry of different styles and scales with the script based on the Greek myth of 'Theseus and the Minotaur'. Presented by Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, UK.

LETTE
Based on the video ‚11 attempts to fly‘ developed under a workshop lead by Joshua Sofaer, at NTA, students from the Norwegian Theatre Academy have created a performance called LETTE. It investigates the human desire for flying, and the wish to challenge gravity.

SKY OPERA
Opera story will fly over your heads, not metaphorically but literally. This puppetry show is presented by the Central School of Speech and Drama, UK.

WARPED INGREDIENT
Performance art installation inspired by Calvino’s Invisible Cities. Four individuals, creators who live in a city, are interested in the notion that a city starts as nothing and develops into the infinite. Presented by the Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, UK.

ROCK IN THE CITY
Work in process. A collective performance: 8 young women inspired by "Little Thumbling" by Charles Perrault. Their performance takes us deep into the collective unconscious. 8 puppets linked to their 8 bodies; their stories follow each other, mix together and bounce off one another - telling of fear, abandon, the way, kinship, magic, life force, and the forest. Presented by National High School of Visual Arts in Brussels, Belgium.

The BANANA STREET PERFORMANCE 
What can happen with a banana? What do those three strange creatures do with that banana? They write the story of a murder, which starts with the victim's white traces on the floor. The three characters "too fat to fly", "pompon-man", and "tickticket" present this murder in a completely crazy photonovella visual. Presented by National High School of Visual Arts in Brussels, Belgium.

CHINESE OPERA ON DISPLAY
The performance is conducted by two Chinese Opera (Jingju) artists presenting two short plays selected from famous Chinese Opera plays. Each of the plays emphasizes a different artistic practice in the Chinese Opera and demonstrates the artistic exquisite of this genre. Presented by the National Taiwan College of Performing Arts.

H-Y-D-R-A
An endless fabric connects five people, their t-shirts are sewn together. One body with several heads: a hydra. The performance is presented by the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, Brazil.

PUPPETS RED
Puppets Red is part of a series of interdisciplinary installations that focus on the introduction of red sculptural elements into an environment. Presented by Auburn University in Alabama, USA.

LOST SUBJECT
An allegory of the workplace or domestic realm, and at the same time, the symbol of bourgeois ethos that acts as a time machine capable of moving us back to our childhood, when the mind is a tabula rasa. The performance presented by the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław, Poland.

THE WHALE
A performance art installation inspired by Migaloo, the white whale that frequents Australian coast.  What if in the future no whales existed and we had to recreate and rebuild them into living, breathing, moving beings? Presented by NIDA (National Institut of Dramatic Art in Australia).

 "WOYZECK"- A MUSIC STREET STORY
A music theatre piece based on songs written by Tom Waits for the performance of "Woyzeck" directed by Bob Wilson at the Benny Nansen Theatre, Copenhagen/Denmark. Street theatre, circus, freak show, and puppetry techniques are used along with improvisational patterns, which allow the contribution of the public. Presented by Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece.

POP/GUN
The performance speaks out about the fears that affect human beings and on the fact that its dynamics are easily exploited in order to preserve social control. Presented by Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia, Italy.

THE NOMADIC DREAM PROJECT
The performance will explore the landscape between waking worlds and dreams. Using bedtime imagery of a departure point, the piece intersects an imagined world of the subconscious with characters, activities, and locations inspired by the notion of the “daily grind”.  Presented by the University of Texas at Austin, USA.

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