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private impact . 2005

Events | September 24, 2005 |

Live Art Festival “Private Impact” is a festival of artistic events, happening in the real time and space. The festival is a characteristic action of the place of art OFFicyna, which organizes cyclic events such as Native Communication Workshops or musiKino. The idea of live art is an individual expression through art. Artistic acts are in this meaning a way of experiencing everyday life activities. Artistic aim of the festival is to create an effective model of cooperation among artists from different countries and present their achievements to a wide range of people. We can surely say that by the place of art OFFicyna an international performance art center is coming into being. Creating an international performance scene goes hand in hand with creating an experimental scene of live art (performance art, music, film, theatre, multimedia), where common artistic projects will be realized. The project intensifies interpersonal relations, builds cooperation between various cultures, releases intelectual and artistic potential, helps in raising a conscious receiver and an active participant of artistic events. One of the most important parts of the festival – workshops – also deepens relations beetwen professional artists and their followers.

.venues 
7-8th of October 2005 Swinoujscie “Koszary sztuki”
15th of October 2005 place of art “OFFicyna”
16th of October 2005 National Museum in Szczecin
17-18th of October 2005 AktionsBank in Berlin

.curator Antoni Karwowski (Poland)
.organizer Association “OFFicyna” Szczecin
.co-organizer New Media Art Project Network in Cologne – Wilfried Agricola (Germany) – KIM Kang (independent curator, project OASIS/Korea) – International Art Expo – Luca Curci (Italy)
.partners National Museum in Szczecin

.artists
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. Poland | Luca Curci & Fabiana Roscioli . Italy | Karenina Fabrizzi . Italy/Argentina | Sohier Eloise . France | Alice Gussoni . Italy | R. Wilberforce & Pedrag Pajdic . UK/USA | Florencia Guillen . UK | CORPICRUDI . Italy | Giacomo Cesari . Italy | Route . USA | Arti Grabowski . Poland | Simona Palmieri . Italy | Victor Barbieri . USA | Peter O’Kennedy . Ireland | Corinne Fhima . France | Cecelia Condit . USA | David de Tscharner . Belgium | Heather Fraser . Canada | Viviane Vagh . France | Lee Cavaliere . UK | Giusy Lauriola . Italy

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