The film documents the journey of Songs of My Neighbours across 3 countries and 2 years. In Polish, Turkish, English, Italian and Greek with English subtitles. Duration: 51 minutes.
When we were conducting interviews which led us to creation of „Hideout” we heard: just please tell them it didn’t end, that we are still in this closet. So we say it.
Songs of My Neighbours at Paramali took place on Sunday, May 4th, 2014, at the village of Paramal, Lemesos district, Cyprus. The event featured artists bringing to life an abandoned village. Fairytales, songs, music, dance pieces, visual and audio installations, theatre performances as a means to curate the memory of the land and people, to […]
Patrycja’s testimony below (in Polish) takes us inside the world of hideouts, shelters and lairs. It is a story of travelling through secrets, searching for truth. Patrycja shares her methodology for the previous phases, discusses themes of the hidden and the public and focuses on the problem of reconstructing memory. Patrycja plays hide-and-seek with secrets. […]
Photos from the presentation of Hideout concert that took place at The White Stork Synagogue (Zum Weissen Storch) Synagogue in Wroclaw, on Wednesday June 18th, 2014. All photographs were taken by Kuba Wójtowicz. (Check out his work here.)
“Views” in the public space of Wrocław 12th-18th June 2014 Patrycja Dołowy, Maria Porzyc, neTTheatre Songs of My Neighbours [Polish text follows] Bringing the world of “Hideout” into existence is a process of deciphering the space. Space which conceals the unexplored sea of hidden stories, multiplicity of infiltrative meanings and wefts. They are merging together […]
Πρόγραμμα Δραστηριοτήτων: Μάιος 2014 Αυτές είναι ανοικτές και δωρεάν για το κοινό.
Within the context of the project Songs of My Neighbours, Italian partner Astragali Teatro presented the group Mascarimirì in a live concert in Teatro Paisiello, the historic theatre of Lecce.
While conducting research on the songs of the “other” community, Antonis Antoniou met up with Sertunç Akdoğu and Serhan Öncal.
Here’s a recording made during Marya Lowry‘s workshop on Voice and Empathetic Listening in Lemesos.