Joining the 15th anniversary celebrations of Grażyna Kulczyk's Art Stations Foundation in Poznán (known as Old Brewery New Dance), Muzeum Susch will host some of the most interesting Polish choreographers of last decade during two intense days.

The line-up of diverse choreographic positions- a set of presentations accompanied with Acziun Susch curator Joanna Leśnierowska’s introductions and artists’ talks/discussion - will offer insights into a landscape of current contemporary experimental practice. And allow us to reflect upon answers to the question ‘Who’s afraid of (Polish) choreography?’ Are you?

Line-up: Ola Maciejewska, Agata Maszkiewicz, Janusz Orlik, Paweł Sakowicz, Agata Siniarska, Katarzyna Sitarz, Renata Piotrowska-Auffre.

More information: www.culturescapes.ch

Picture: The pure gold is seeping out of me, Renata Piotrowska-Auffre (Aerowaves Twenty19 artist). Photo: Aleksandra Osowicz

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