Event

Theme

(hy-)performance means pushing any activity in your life through its obvious limits, overperforming, reaching hypertrophy, making the unreal real, trailblazing, discovering the undiscovered

Venue

Franklin University Switzerland
Via Ponte Tresa 29
Sorengo – Lugano
Switzerland

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Schedule

12:30 Participant Registration
14:00 First session
15:30 Break
16:15 Second session
17:45 Social & aperitivo
The program may be subject to change

Performers

Timothy Hofmann

Comic books designer

Timothy Hofmann, born in 1987 in Lugano, he has been making comics since an early age. He’s graduated in Visual Arts at the Haut Ecole d’Art et du Design in Geneva, with an Erasmus year at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna. Prizewinner of a few competitions, such as GiovaniArtisti 2013 and #faigirarelacultura2014, he performes drawing, illustration,video-making, animations and comics. He’s debuting now with Crows+Mice, is his first graphic-novel.

F & B Acrobatics

Although Filip & Blaž have been actively busy with many different adrenaline sports ever since they could walk, they have been training together, the so-called partner acrobatic, only since February 2012. They spend most of their days training, practicing and learning new tricks, stunts and elements, which almost defy the laws of physics, gravity and even boundaries of the human body.
Coming from Ljubljana, Slovenia they have been actively teaching for over eight years in over 15 different dance and gymnastics schools, fitnesses and other sporting halls all over the country.
They wish to show and share their skills, knowledge and expertise in acrobatics, gymnastics, dancing, parkour, body movement, juggling and more in a broader spectre all around the world.

Tipsy Road

The Ticinese band Tipsy Road mixes the sounds of hard and progressive rock. Winning the famous Luganese contest, “Palco ai Giovani,” their popularity has grown internationally. With their passion for rock, the band has made a name for themselves touring Italy, the Czech Republic, and Switzerland.

Colours of Eden

Singer Georgia Knower and guitarist Fabricio Mattos push music to new levels in their band Colours of Eden. By involving a variety of different music styles and performing in seven languages, they are a uniquely cross-cultural group. They strive to give the audience a dynamic experience through which one can sense different narratives.