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Picnic with Leonardo Delogu

„I am interested in how we perceive because perception is a cultural fact, not only a physiological one, it depends on the cultural, political, economic environment in which we grew up.  I would therefore like to experiment together other possible

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Picnic with Leonardo Delogu

„I am interested in how we perceive because perception is a cultural fact, not only a physiological one, it depends on the cultural, political, economic environment in which we grew up.  I would therefore like to experiment together other possible

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Éva Bubla: Aromawalk

On 4 September 2022, between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., Eva Bubla, resident artist of PLACCC Festival, and Judit Szegő, expert of the Clean Air Action Group will lead a smellwalk and invite participants to a related discussion. What smells

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Éva Bubla: Aromawalk

On 4 September 2022, between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., Eva Bubla, resident artist of PLACCC Festival, and Judit Szegő, expert of the Clean Air Action Group will lead a smellwalk and invite participants to a related discussion. What smells

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Energy – Who Owns It?

Thematic talk by Seth Honnor (UK) artist, director, founder of Kaleider, and Kata Győri, expert of Energiaklub at PLACCC Festival The works of Seth Honnor address social and environmental issues by questioning the collective perception and practices we take for

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Energy – Who Owns It?

Thematic talk by Seth Honnor (UK) artist, director, founder of Kaleider, and Kata Győri, expert of Energiaklub at PLACCC Festival The works of Seth Honnor address social and environmental issues by questioning the collective perception and practices we take for

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Going Visiting workshop by Nana Francisca Schottländer (DK)

PLACCC Festival is organising a workshop titled Going Visiting by Nana Francisca Schottländer (DK) on September 3rd from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the framework of its Sensing the City program, which focuses on the relationship between art and environmental issues.The

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Going Visiting workshop by Nana Francisca Schottländer (DK)

PLACCC Festival is organising a workshop titled Going Visiting by Nana Francisca Schottländer (DK) on September 3rd from 10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the framework of its Sensing the City program, which focuses on the relationship between art and environmental issues.The

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Juhász Kata Company (HU) – Cie. Two in One (A): Our Everyday Circus

A cross-generational family performance set in a street workout park in which the active spectators can also join.

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Juhász Kata Company (HU) – Cie. Two in One (A): Our Everyday Circus

A cross-generational family performance set in a street workout park in which the active spectators can also join.

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Renáta Szabó (HU): Bridge

„How can our individual self-determination change due to the effects of external political events?” A six-hour long performance in public space and an installation about the collective Hungarian powerlessness.

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Renáta Szabó (HU): Bridge

„How can our individual self-determination change due to the effects of external political events?” A six-hour long performance in public space and an installation about the collective Hungarian powerlessness.

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Sensing the City (DK – IT – UK – HU)

We will continue our multi-year project with further artistic actions and interdisciplinary discussions about the question of what kind of connection there is between art and environmental sustainability.

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Sensing the City (DK – IT – UK – HU)

We will continue our multi-year project with further artistic actions and interdisciplinary discussions about the question of what kind of connection there is between art and environmental sustainability.

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Kaleider (UK): Pig

The public space installation by the Exeter-based collective is a large, transparent piggy bank, which can be opened when specific criteria are met.

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Kaleider (UK): Pig

The public space installation by the Exeter-based collective is a large, transparent piggy bank, which can be opened when specific criteria are met.

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Daria Pugachova (UKR): Shelter for Freedom

Shelter for Freedom is commissioned by Placcc Festival and created specifically for a location chosen in advance by the artist. 

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Daria Pugachova (UKR): Shelter for Freedom

Shelter for Freedom is commissioned by Placcc Festival and created specifically for a location chosen in advance by the artist. 

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Igor Shugaleev (BEL): 375 0908 2334 / the body you are calling is currently not available

The performance was born out of a need to oppose violence, stress and fear, to overcome the sense of guilt currently experienced (consciously or not) by Belarusians. 

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Igor Shugaleev (BEL): 375 0908 2334 / the body you are calling is currently not available

The performance was born out of a need to oppose violence, stress and fear, to overcome the sense of guilt currently experienced (consciously or not) by Belarusians. 

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Meetlab (HU): Lasertricycle

Everyone likes to play with old school computer games! Snake, Pacman, Asteroids, Lunar Lander and many other legendary games will now be reborn as enormous, public space laser projections.

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Meetlab (HU): Lasertricycle

Everyone likes to play with old school computer games! Snake, Pacman, Asteroids, Lunar Lander and many other legendary games will now be reborn as enormous, public space laser projections.

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Máté Mészáros (HU): The Mechanics of Distance

The three elements of this public space performance – a walk led by the choreographer, a booklet with the graphic designs and the public space signs with the various pictograms – can be enjoyed for first time together.

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Máté Mészáros (HU): The Mechanics of Distance

The three elements of this public space performance – a walk led by the choreographer, a booklet with the graphic designs and the public space signs with the various pictograms – can be enjoyed for first time together.

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PLACCC 2022 Festival 1st – 13th September

The 2022 edition of PLACCC Festival presents projects created by artists from Hungary, Great Britain, Denmark, Italy, Austria, Ukraine and Belarus.

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PLACCC 2022 Festival 1st – 13th September

The 2022 edition of PLACCC Festival presents projects created by artists from Hungary, Great Britain, Denmark, Italy, Austria, Ukraine and Belarus.

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The Symptoms and Veronika Szabó: Sirens

Mysterious eyes and bodies appear on the horizon. A bush is shaken, a stone rolls away, tree branches creak and groan, a sound approaches from a distance.

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The Symptoms and Veronika Szabó: Sirens

Mysterious eyes and bodies appear on the horizon. A bush is shaken, a stone rolls away, tree branches creak and groan, a sound approaches from a distance.

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Alex Miklósy – Viktoria Matisz – Toyabe Ayumi: Tanka in motion

The poetic forms of haiku and tanka are both short and complex, which is why they are difficult to translate – how can we then express their meanings through the language of dance?

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Alex Miklósy – Viktoria Matisz – Toyabe Ayumi: Tanka in motion

The poetic forms of haiku and tanka are both short and complex, which is why they are difficult to translate – how can we then express their meanings through the language of dance?

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Luca Borsos – Márk Bartha: Dance the District

I wanna dance. Dance in public spaces. Dance in public spaces with people. Dance in public spaces with people to the same music. But not at a concert.

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Luca Borsos – Márk Bartha: Dance the District

I wanna dance. Dance in public spaces. Dance in public spaces with people. Dance in public spaces with people to the same music. But not at a concert.

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