Festival 4+4 Days in Motion

Festival 4+4 Days in Motion to start in Desfours Palace, this year’s slogan is Nobody Has Anything

The 24 th international festival of contemporary art 4+4 Days in Motion will take
place in Prague on October 4-12. More than 60 contemporary artists will bring
the Neo-Renaissance Desfours Palace at Florenc to life as part of the main
exhibition project Places of Act with the subtitle Nobody Has Anything. Curator
Milan Mikuláštík arranged the exhibition Noteverything, with the opening taking
place on Friday, October 4 at 6 p.m. Apart from exhibition interventions, the
festival will also offer an extensive international programme with nine
performances., the provocative performer Jeremy Wade and The Clearing will
seize the Archa Theatre on Saturday, October 5. The Finnish and Egyptian
artist Samira Elagoz will stage her successful performance Cock, Cock...
Who’s There? One day later. Niv Sheinfeld and Oren Laor, ranking among the
most outstanding performers of contemporary Israeli dance, will bring their
most intimate production The Third Dance to the Ponec Theatre, in which they
reflect 15 years of their life and work together. The Centre for Contemporary
Art DOX will see the non-binary artist Sorour Darabi and his “ode to
vulnerability Savušun. Last but not least, the festival will also offer five Czech
theatre premieres by Wariot Ideal, Spitfire Company, Lucie Ferenzová, Tereza
Hradilková and Viktor Černický, lectures, programme for children and seniors,
and many other features in the supporting programme. More information at,
www.ctyridny.cz.



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