Within the civil advocacy project Voices of the Occupation, the former prisoners of the Kremlin and Ukrainian director Olga Danyliuk will premiere the outdoor play "Evacuation 2022". "Evacuation 2022" reminds us about those sad pages of recent history and appling to the mutual solidarity across Europe.
director, playwright, researcher, curator, producer. Specialist in the field of modern media and theater, new methodologies of scientific research PaR (practice as research).
Dr Olga Danylyuk is a director, playwright, researcher, curator, and producer. Olga is an expert in intermediality and theatre studies and PaR methodology. She completed her PhD using practice-as-research methodology at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London, under the title: ‘Virtually True’.
Intermedial Strategies in the Staging of War Conflict. She continued her fieldwork as a volunteer with the CIMIC unit in the war zone in Eastern Ukraine. Her performative research resulted in large-scale performances with teenagers from the frontline towns: Letters to an Unknown Friend from New York (2018) and Contact Line (2020). Her new documentary performance, A Visit to the Minotaur, was presented at Voila Europe Festival (2022) in London. Currently, Olga is British Academy Researcher at Risk Fellow and conducts her post-doc research at the University of London. She is a Member of the Law and Theory Lab at the University of Westminster and a Research Fellow at Birkbeck School of Arts, London.