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WHO CARES at REYKJAVÍK FRINGE FESTIVAL

Tjarnargata 12, 101 Reykjavík

Dates
Tjarnarbíó
02, July 2022
Open from 8.00pm - 10.00pm

Website //www.eviedemetriou.com
General Admission See on official website

What’s good for me...? WHO CARES. WHO CARES uses movement and text to reflect on the topic of care. Through the lens of personal identity, gender and ageing, it questions how external forces such as social norms, stereotypes and public policy can influence personal perceptions and actions. This solo examines the tensions created between what we regard good for ourselves and our bodies based on our personal needs and desires, and what society imposes and dictates to us. The Cypriot dance maker Evie Demetriou returns to RVK Fringe 2022 with WHO CARES. A solo performance in collaboration with the renowned dance dramaturge Guy Cools. This is a unique opportunity to meet her - don’t miss the chance! Evie's work has toured extensively across Europe. She has an integral role in developing the dance/performance scene in Cyprus, being one of the founding members and resident artists at Dance House Lemesos.

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