Radio show about the IDEM Festival with Radio Nikosia, in collaboration with Bárbara Bañuelos, as an extension of the project “Mi padre no era un famoso escritor ruso”.
Radio Nikosia is one of the first radio stations run by people with a personal understanding of mental suffering. Nikosia is a threshold, an intimate forum, an experience, a new territory of social participation and listening to and for afflicted individuals.
From 10 September to 31 October 2019Exhibitions El Muro: Alberto de Torres. Debajo del Sombrero
This year IDEM, the International Performing Arts Festival, welcomes the work of Alberto de Torres (Madrid, 1974) (…)
10 September 2019Talks Encounter with Nora Chipaumire + Q&A
Taking advantage of the artist’s participation in IDEM 2019, the International Performing Arts Festival, with her (…)
From 11 to 12 September 2019Performances "#PUNK” by Nora Chipaumire
#PUNK is an energetic contemporary dance performance that deals with the theme of identity and harnesses the rebellious (…)
From 12 to 29 September 2019Exhibitions IDEM Festival. “Esclimética” exhibition
Esclimética [Asclimethics] explores themes like palliative care, memory loss, faith vs science, AIDS and its (…)
From 13 to 14 September 2019Screenings "The Congo Tribunal" by Milo Rau
Milo Rau has created a portrait of one of history's biggest and bloodiest economic wars in this documentary, which (…)
From 13 to 15 September 2019Performances "As Far As My Fingertips Take Me” by Tania El Khoury
An encounter through a wall between an audience member and a refugee. Their arms touch without seeing each other (…)
18 September 2019Screenings IDEM selection of award-winning shorts from FIVER and MiTS
The IDEM Festival has selected a series of shorts that won awards at different editions of the FIVER Festival and at (…)
From 19 to 20 September 2019Performances "Mi padre no era un famoso escritor ruso" by Bárbara Bañuelos
A reflection on mental health and the body (…)
21 September 2019Screenings “Vangelo” by Pippo Delbono
The idea of staging the Gospel takes shape through the lives of refugees, the undeniable protagonists of a new age.