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Future Laboratory

A network of twelve European partners launched “Future Laboratory”, a pilot project of research residencies on the topic of social inclusion throughout Europe.

Fifteen emerging artists have been selected to conduct research in three residencies in three different cities and will benefit from a career development program including mentoring, masterclasses and concept idea for a production to an international network at the end of the Laboratory.

The fifteen selected artists: Vera Boitcova (Finland), Celine Camara (Luxembourg), Lucile Saada Choquet (Belgium), Nico Jongen (Spain), Odete (Portugal), Anne Sophie Kapsner (Germany), Carlota Matos (United Kingdom),  Sára Märc (Czech Republic),  Ewa Mikuła (Poland), Maurin Ollès (France), Giulia Sangiorgio (Italy), Elena Rabkina (Poland), Simon Restino (France), Mateja Stanislava Rot (Slovenia), Ruxandra Simion (Romania)

The steps: 

  • 6-8 October 2022: first Masterclass event in Liège
  • Autumn 2022: beginning of the research residencies
  • 23-25 November 2023: halfway Masterclass in Milan
  • November 2024: final symposium in Luxembourg

The partners: Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg (Luxembourg) | Théâtre de Liège (Belgium) | Piccolo Teatro di Milano – Teatro d'Europa (Italy) | Conde Duque Centro de Cultura Contemporanea, Madrid (Spain) | Teatrul Tineretului, Piatra Neamt (Romania) | Teatro Municipal do Porto (Portugal) | Nowy Teatr, Warsaw (Poland) | Théâtre National de Strasbourg (France) | Cyclorama (France) | Staatstheater Mainz (Germany) | Comédie de Reims (France) | Queens Theatre Hornchurch (United Kingdom)



For futher information

Gallery: 1-2 | Odete’s residency in Milan; 3-4 | Maurin Ollès’ residency in Milan; 5-6 | Giulia Sangiorgio’s residency at Queens Theatre Hornchurch; 7-8 | Ruxandra Simion’s residency in Milan; 9-10 | Mateja Stanislava Rot’s residency in Milan