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Tell us about yourself, where do you come from and what do you like to do outside of your artistic work?
That is very hard to say because we are so many people in the group and our age range is from 18 to 68. I personally like all outdoor activities.
Tell us about your artistic practice – what’s your favourite piece that you have worked on or performed?
Right now I really like our new developed participatory program about communication; the cubes but also our dance shows on stilts.
What opportunities as an artist have you seen in the Liberty EU programme?
To perform in new places and meet new people and have more and wider exchange of ideas.
Why do you feel it’s been important for artists to travel and work across Europe?
As long as we meet and know each other and exchange ideas there will be peace.
What do you feel are three key factors affecting artists today?
- Enough money for art would give freedom of ideas.
- A lot of opportunities to meet other artists.
- Stay open minded.
How did you hope the Liberty EU programme would impact on you as an artist?
We would love to do more festivals like this and develop site-specific programs.
How did you like performing at Journeys Festival International in Leicester?
We loved it. It was great meeting other artists and seeing their art. Also, we found the festival very well organised.