ARTISTIC RESIDENCY for the Macedonian visual artists Ana Lazarevska in the artistic association 2angles in Flers, Normandy – France 13 June – 02 July 2016

From 2013, Lokomotiva coordinates artistic exchange programme that enables and supports residences of French artists and art groups in Macedonia and vice – versa as well as collaboration between Macedonian and French cultural actors and institutions. Read More

From 5 to 20 October 2015, the artistic association 2angles from Flers, Lower Normandy,will host the Macedonian visual artist Ivan Ivanovski, as artist in residence.

Based on the criteria defined with the open call and the quality of the work proposed, the pre-selection jury composed of Biljana Tanurovska – Kjulavkovski, Violeta Kachakova and Yane Calovski, selected 3 from 10 applications of artists that entered the evaluation process. Read More

“Writing and directing, today” – the 18th edition of the Festival of contemporary works. Collaboration between Lokomotiva and Panta Theater from Caen, Lower Normandy

Panta Theatre for 17 years is doing artistic bilateral cooperation with various countries of Europe, and enables creative exchange and cooperation between playwrights, theatre directors and actors. This year, the 18th edition of the bilateral cooperation is dedicated to the Macedonian contemporary dramaturgy. Read More

Artistic residency of Alexis Debeuf, visual artists from Lower Normandy

Alexis Debeuf, born in Tours (France), currently living and working in Caen (Lower Normandy, France). Master of fine Arts at École supérieure d’arts et medias in Caen, France. Alexis Debeuf reacts artistically to the world that surrounds him. He draws its inspiration in daily activities and popular culture. Fan of burlesque cinema and old cartoons, Alexis likes to use humor and absurd in his work to question our relationship to our environments and contexts: objects, architecture, behaviors, language, social, political… Read More

For Want of а Better…

For Want of а Better… is a performance group from Caen, Lower Normandy (voice: Déborah Lennie, sound: Patrice Grente, image: Fred Hocké) whose current project is centred on the idea of a diary-in-progress. They leave their hometown and travel together towards the performance space. The moment they leave, the work has begun: filming, recording sound, writing texts and music along the way, somehow gathering material, which reflects the journey towards performance, both concretely and symbolically. Read More