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Thoughts and movements cross “borders” through understanding. The defined, the undefined, unity, interaction, transformation and unification.

A question is voiced and examined here – does the body also represent a border? How can bodies be unified? Movements and styles are created similar to Turkish national dance in Turkey and Armenian national dance in Armenia.

A question arises – do dances belong to nations? Or do they belong to the land and the people who have danced together?


This performance is organized by Baardia Dance Movement Laboratory, in collaboration with people engaged in modern dance (Yerevan). This is the final outcome of the program implemented in Armenia by Duygu Bostancı, who was a researcher at the Hrant Dink Foundation within the scope of the second round of the Support to the Armenia-Turkey Normalisation Process, financed by the European Union. Duygu Bostancı underwent an exchange period at the Institute of Modern Art. The performance is being organized with the support of the Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art.


The event will take place on March 31, 7:00-8:30 at the Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art (ACCEA).

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