Lois Keidan is interviewed by Alessandra Cianetti for performingborders: a blog featuring conversations related to Live Art, Europe and crossings.
In the interview Keidan and Cianetti discuss Live Art and its relationship with borders referencing the LADA projects RRR3 Restock Rethink Reflect: On Live Art and Feminism and Playing Up – Live Art for children and adults.
Read the full interview here
Banner image credit:Guillermo Gómez-Peña, photograph Manuel Vason
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