The selected works featured in this year’s Fringe are inherently process-based and collaborative. Buffer Fringe is committed to creating a fertile network through which local and international artists as well as audiences can exchange and develop ideas. In order to support these goals, we have created this online platform in which artists will publish information about their work and document their process during the months leading up to the festival in December 2020.
Through this platform we aim to primarily support the Buffer Fringe artists and their work, and enlarge our outreach to Cypriot and international communities. In light of an ever increasing need for digitized documentation in the performing arts due to COVID-19, the platform hopes to introduce more physically distant methods of sharing and increase accessibility to the works and the festival as a whole.
Sound and code development Programming in the Supercollider development environment Δtopia is moving towards a three-part direction, following the review of the interview material. Not necessarily in order, these are centered around the following themes: “Memory is inaccurate”, as also explained in our last blog. This piece has been fleshed out substantially since then. Firstly, there is a 5-minute ambient…
History Lesson: Quiz 1 Argyro Nicolaou with Polymnia Tsinti Now that you’ve watched all of the assigned films, it’s time to test the keenness of your gaze with our first QUIZ! Share your answers by sending us a message on Instagram @therealhistorylesson, or by posting your answers and tagging @therealhistorylesson
Post #3 / “Landing Pier, Larnaca, Cyprus”, Post-card, 1920, Observing newly-planted palm-trees, From the archive of Phivos Stavrides Foundation – Larnaca Archives
The Town Crier, Post no.3 Κάλπη-CO RISO, newspaper and dictionary scan, 2020 Digital Collage, 2020