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Brest Stories Guide made by theatre Kryly Khalopa was included in the top 10 of Art in Central Europe 2017.

To read more, follow the link: http://blokmagazine.com/top-10-art-in-central-and-eastern-europe-2017/

The interview with Aksana Haiko from the Belarusian theatre Kryly Khalopa for the Open Democracy. How the theatre works with the memory.

Amnesia: a key feature of Belarusian memory

This Helen Varley Jamieson sure does know how to jump in the deep end. To extend a Magdalena event for three months is no easy feat especially with limited resources and personal. My hat off to her.

November 2017 has been a busy period for The Magdalena Project: four festivals happening at the same time in Argentina, in Germany, in Italy and in Brazil.

In 2016, the theater “Kryly Khalopa” began the project Brest Stories Guide – a series of documentary audio performances in the city space.

This article is my personal journey into DaDa (/ˈdɑːdɑː/), 20th century avant-garde movement developed in reaction to WW I. Dadaists rejected the logic and aestheticism of capitalist society and maintained political affinities with the radical left.

I used to be a perfectionist. That didn´t mean that my creative work was near the level of perfection that I was demanding myself, but it meant that I blocked many creative and spontaneous ideas for fear of being wrong and not having a good standard.

Dear Magdalenas: 

I write to you from the Paris airport; I'm going to Spain, to receive the Jesús Domínguez writing prize, which they will give us for the play "Moje holka, moje holka" (My girl, my girl), written in collaboration with Itziar Pascual and dedicated to the Magdalena Project.

In 2016 is celebrated 30th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster. Theatre Kryly Khalopa started the tour of the documentary performance “Chernobyl”.
 

April 19 St. Petersburg, theatre space "Skorokhod"

April 21 Moscow, space "Fabrica"

April 25 Minsk, art space “Korpus 8”

April 29 Brest, KX Space

May 7 Kaliningrad, art space "Vorota"

 

After the performing in Minsk Aksana wrote:

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