14 May 2015, 7.00pm – 9.00pm
GRAD Gallery, 3-4a Little Portland Street London W1W 7JB
‘Documenting Ukraine: Theatre’ opens at GRAD with the multimedia solo performance Anyone Can Be Saint Nikolai, a play offering insight into the experiences of those most affected by the war in eastern Ukraine. Created and performed by German director Georg Genoux, the performance incorporates documentary video footage and audio interviews to tell the story of the author’s time as a volunteer in the eastern Ukrainian city Nikolaevka. His work focuses on creating interdisciplinary dialogue on the topic of democracy.
More about Georg Genoux read here
The performances at GRAD will be followed by a discussion with the artists and a panel of specialists on Ukrainian art and culture.
About GRAD Lab
GRAD Lab is an experimental project of non profit institution GRAD, formed to facilitate communication between different disciplines and approaches and to build cross-cultural dialogue. GRAD Lab begins with a series of events including meetings, artist talks, workshops, film screenings, walks, discussions and exhibition projects. The project addresses a contemporary shift of borders between art and action, art and activism, art and life.
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