Since 2009, the PPL festival dedicated to the performance art has been held in Lublin, Poland. Previously, the Performance Platform Lublin presented mature and experienced artists, this time the organizers decided to give a chance to young artists to show themselves. At the same time, the construction of the festival was changed – official performances were preceded by a three-day training workshop conducted by experienced performers Martin Zet (Czech Republic), Jürgen Fritz (Germany) and Marilyn Arsem (USA). The selection of participants was carried out on the basis of an open competition, applications could be submitted by all interested persons, regardless of age, experience and geography.

This Friday, we are going to discover the experience and impressions of the participants from Dnipro, who earlier took part in the workshop by Valdemar Tatarchuk, the well-known Polish artist and curator of the gallery "Labirynt", which took place in September in the Artsvit gallery.

Speakers: Irina Kharlamova, Maryna Moskalyova, Rika Ryzhikova, Galyna Gurova, Katerina Mamchur. Also, Daria Lukyanenko and Ilya Semerenko attended the festival, but unfortunately, aren’t able to join us. Moderated by Iryna Polikarchuk.



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