Akademia Ruchu – City. The Field of Action

Notes

Video documentation of the work/actions carried out by the theatre/performance group (Academy of Movement) in the public space of the city. The subject covers the group’s highly diverse, interdisciplinary activity in the social environment, including stage shows, gallery presentations, street actions and activities in the various planes of urban space, cultural animation, workshop and publications. Accompanying publication REF. P1167Polish and English.

Artist / Author Akademia Ruchu
Reference D1124
Date 2006
Type DVD

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