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Bogdi's practice is primarily focused on directing in disciplines ranging from physical theatre to site specific, constantly revolving around the psychological and emotional impact upon both audience and actors. Through his work, Bogdi is trying to break the many stereotypes and international barriers associated with Romanian and Eastern European artists.He has traveled many country borders, living in and experiencing both the post-communist poverty and developing mentalities, but also the full extent of capitalism and its impact on society. These include locations such as Hungary, Georgia, Albania, Switzerland, Spain and finally the UK.Bogdi is the International Artists Programmer for the Accidental Festival 2013. Now in its eighth year, The Accidental Festival is produced with passion by second-year students on the BA (Hons) Theatre Practice: Performance Arts course at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Returning to the Roundhouse for its third consecutive year from the 9th - 12th May 2013, the Accidental Festival is an annual opportunity for artists to share work, take risks, and present fresh ideas to a diverse audience.For more information on the Accidental Festival, visit: www.accidentalfestival.co.ukBogdi is the co-Artistic Director of P.and/or.A. The company creates work organically in a constantly evolving experiment, as opposed to following a prescribed modus operandi to achieve a preordained result. We are neither parents nor absolute masters of our work; we are more like caretakers, reporters, doctors and saboteurs. Our doctrine is a discovered thing, by its own nature a doctrine of necessity. It is also a doctrine made necessary by our own natures: a doctrine of falsehoods.Our goal is to rebel against ourselves. To continually challenge and subvert our approaches to performance making, never settling upon a single method. We hope that, by our nurturing and abandoning of new performance methods, we will make space for other artists to do with them as they see fit. We believe that it is important for us, as emerging artists and lovers of art, to maintain a fertile artistic environment. It is not our work that we wish to flourish, but art itself.For more information on our work and future productions, follow us on Twitter: @paExperienceI am currently studying at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, doing the BA(Hons) Theatre Practice: Performance Arts course.
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is following the brief Lyric Lounge Spoken Word Artist
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is following the brief Ideas Fund Innovators (16 to 22)
is following the brief Direct for Courting Drama at the Bush Theatre
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