The programme line Global Affairs: Performing Politics takes us around the world:
A net around the two young Iranian choreographers symbolizes the relationship, which at best can feel like a safe bubble, like the skin wrapped around the organs in Through the Skin.
The Taiwanese choreographer Fang Yun Lo takes us on a fascinating journey to the house and history of her family in Unsolved.
Nauru was once a paradise on earth, Australian theatermaker are wondering what kind of future is left for the place, after its ecological and economic downfall? In Pleasant Island.
The Cameroonian artist Zora Snake tries to escape borders by literally opening himself up to the hope, pain and obstacles that are so characteristic of the long road travelled by refugees in Transfrontalier.
Israeli artist Roee Rosen explores the limits of the uncomfortable in Theatre of the Awkward.
Performer Evyatar Said zooms in on Jewish-Yemenite and Palestinian dance traditions in Eviatar/Said, Rising is an encounter between two dancers with two sets of choreographic knowledge and movement language that are rooted in two different cultures: Yemenite and Moroccan.
Questions about where we come from and what forms our cultural identities will be explored in this programme line.