Gürgenç Korkmazel

Gürgenç Korkmazel, 1969 Paphos born poet, writer, translator. Since 1992 he has published six poetry, three short story collections. He has prepared Anthology of Greek Cypriot Poetry, and Anthology of Turkish Cypriot Short Story. Also, he has translated the poems of Taner Baybars, John Clare and Lawrence Durrell. His books have been published in Nicosia, …

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Anastasis Sarakatsanos

Anastasis Sarakatsanos was born in Athens, Greece. He studied music and cultural anthropology in Greece and the UK. He has worked in theatre, film and TV as musician, composer, researcher and coach. Since 2015 he lives in Amsterdam where he works at Mezrab, Europe’s biggest storytelling stage, as events curator and host. Anastasis was working …

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Sofronis Sofroniou

Sofronis Sofroniou was born in Palechori, Cyprus. He studied Psychology at the University of Cyprus and Neuroscience at the City University of New York. He worked as a researcher at Mount Sinai Hospital, Department of Neurology. His first novel, The Progenitors (Rodakio), received the National Award of Literature in Cyprus and the Best Newcomer Novelist …

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Stelios Kallinikou

Stelios Kallinikou’s (b.1985, Limassol CY) practice intersects space & place, time & history, as manifestations of multiple interweaving discourses of meaning. His work has been presented at Kunsthalle Baden Baden; Grey Noise, Dudai ; Phenomenon, Αnafi, Greece; Nimac, Nicosia, Cyprus; Foam, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece; Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany; Point Centre of Contemporary …

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Gülgün Kayim

Gülgün has worked for 28 years in the fields of public art and location-based performance as an artist, arts administrator and curator. She is based in the United States and currently directs the Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy in the City of Minneapolis where she researches the role of narrative in the …

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