Carrying on the process from 2020, a year of many and unforeseen changes in how we produce and support art, we are continuing with keeping the (future) audience engaged.
Prioritizing process documentation, we aim to carry on fostering familiarity with the artists and their work by sharing insights from their artistic and creative processes.
This film serves as a form of inspiration for the audiovisual installation “The serpent’s eggs deconstruction”. These dialogues still capture the life of an immigrant in Cyprus: our country will not take care of you.
I seek out the rest of her kind in her eyes to say sorry But she doesn’t know forgiveness because she doesn’t know evil; Even in dreams, we can’t absolve ourselves – – and all there is left to do is love and that is what the end feels like. As we witness the increasing collapse of the natural…
“We went on a quest to find differences and similarities between Famagusta and Limassol but we mostly ended up experiencing feelings that we have not before. Nurtane, Elena, Yiannis, Ioulita & Eralp’s journey will continue in October. ” https://bufferfringe.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/95stopsblogmedium.mp4
Send your ideas of displacement and join this project by the 17th of September! CCFT is asking how interdisciplinary artistic research practices contribute and share new critical understandings to aid this evolving understanding of place making, belonging and occupying? Read more here!