PALS 2014


PALS festival 2014

PALS 2014 -International festival for performance art

The time has come for the follow-up to the much appreciated festival PALS 2012!
We have brought together artists of different ages, from various countries and circumstances as part of the continuous linking of different contexts happening in the international performance art scene.

During the week before the festival we are hosting a workshop run by Marilyn Arsem (USA) and Elin Wikström (Sweden) together with art students from Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark Poland and USA. The students will also take part in the festival program alongside the other artists of the festival.

The program in short:
22-24/4 PALS workshop at Fylkingen.

Friday 25/4 18.00-24.00. Gala premiere!
The festival is opened with pomp and circumstance at Fylkingen.
The fully packed performance art program goes on until midnight.

Saturday 26/4 18.00-24.00 Performance Kulturnatt!
Performancefestival at Fylkingen as a part of Kulturnatt Stockholm.

Sunday 27/4 12.00 – 16.00.Performances at Slussen!
The festival is continues on Sunday with performances in public space
– at Södermalmstorg/Slussen and ends at Fylkingen after 19.00 with a frisbeetalk!


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PALS bloggers

During the festival and short time after PALS web page will be updated continiously with text and image posts about performances shown on the festival.
Saulė Mažeikaitė studied art history and theory at the Vilnius Academy of  Art and worked  as exhibitions and projects curator, art critic, art director in different cultural institutions in Lithuania. Her articles have been published in Lithuanians’ culture portals and newspapers. Now she works as cultural attaché at the Embassy of Lithuania in Stockholm. 

Edvin Sandström is preparing his phd in Sociology at Uppsala University and has since 2011 been conducting research on performance art. He has written about how performance art can serve as communicative practice and its methodological opportunities within qualitative research. Edvin's current focus concentrates on festivals as sites of (re)production of performance art.



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Fylkingen, Münchenbryggeriet, Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2

Free admission!


Fylkingen production

Organizers: Irina Anufrieva, Lovisa Johansson, Denis Romanovski, Erik Wijkström