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Track the process!

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.

November 26, 2020

Yasemin Collective

Yasemin Collective #6

Making Theatre during a Pandemic… Lockdowns, cancellation of fairs and festivals. Wear your mask. Keep your distance. Wash your hands. And… Try to make theatre happen! Is it difficult? Yes, it is. But such a powerful creative time ! -Starting from scratch- Collecting information. Meeting people. Interviews. Photos. Videos. Recordings. Stories. Improvisations. Ecriture de plateau. Stage writing. Devised Theatre. One story. Characters.…

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November 23, 2020

Omiros Panayides and Eva Korae

Omiros Panayides and Eva Korae #6

The Town Crier, Post no.6 Κρίστμας Τρί, Layout explorations, 2020 Κούλλου Μάκκα, Laser-Cut type    

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November 19, 2020

Kat Kats

Kat Kats #6

“I don’t know if I wrote these letters,” a conversation with Neofitos & Eleni As part of our work Awaiting Your Response, we are painstakingly transcribing, translating and recording 130 letters, written between Neofitos and Eleni. The pair have never re-read the letters, until now, sixty years later. The letters elicit all sorts of responses—The pair laugh out loud…

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November 16, 2020

Creative Centre for Fluid Territories

CCFT #5

‘CCFT meeting with guest respondent Alex Hale – Friday 30 October @ 5.00 pm’ That was the announcement- invitation of a meeting that turned out to be not just a fascinating one, but was also an openness to new Horizons of ‘Time’ and not only:  ‘…Alex is an archaeologist in Survey and Recording, in the Heritage Directorate of Historic Environment…

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