As the world cautiously opens up again, we proudly present the work of five distinctive international performance artists who have roots in Iran, India, England, Sweden and South Korea. We have really missed their view of the world: the view from outside.
Sorour Darabi, Mallika Taneja, Kim Noble, Iggy Malmborg and Jaha Koo expose social sore spots, radically and in forms that are wholly their own. They resist the dominant conventions concerning identity and representation. They also question their social and political surroundings. These are makers who are currently taking the international performing arts scene by storm with their cross-disciplinary work, but because of the coronavirus crisis they have had way too little opportunity to show their work. From 12 thru 16 October, Frascati will be taken over by these international talents.
There is enough time between the performances, so they can be visited on one evening.