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Marta Keil

Marta Keil – performing arts curator. Co-runs Performing Arts Institute in Warsaw, Poland. Between 2012 and 2017 she curated together with Grzegorz Reske Konfrontacje Teatralne. She created and curates the EEPAP. Worked as curator and dramaturg with i.e. Agnieszka Jakimiak, Rabih Mroué, She She Pop, Agata Siniarska, Ana Vujanović. Between 2014 and 2016 she worked as curator at Teatr Polski in Bydgoszcz and co-curated the first edition of the Festival of New Dramaturgies. One of the initiators and curators of the Identity.Move! project ( Among others, she cooperated with Teatr Powszechny in Warszawa, Adam Mickiewicz Institute and Zbigniew Raszewski Theater Institute in Warsaw. Editor of the books „Choreography: Politicality” (2018), „Reclaiming the Obvious: on the Institution of Festival” (2017), “Dance, Process, Artistic Research. Contemporary Dance in the Political, Economic and Social Context of “Former East” of Europe”(2015).

East European Performing Arts Platform
Lublin, Poland
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