Darius Bogdanowicz (b. 1993, Liège) is an author and performance artist. His fiction, inspired by the Latin American tradition, delves into the politics of travel, nomadism, hypermobility, and migration, exploring their impact on individuals in Western societies. Awarded the IV Premio Fundación Antonio Gala, his debut novel “Festival” (Berenice, 2023) is a cornerstone of his work. Bogdanowicz’s live art creations, driven by extensive research, thrive in diverse social contexts, expressed through performative lectures and site-specific actions. His artistic collaboration extends to renowned institutions like the Marina Abramović Institute (2016-2019) and the Théâtre Royal de la Monnaie (2019 – 2024), among others. As a co-creator of the nomadic performance platform IMPORT/EXPORT, he was awarded funding from Creative Europe CREA CULT & CROSS SECTORAL. A holder of a Master’s in Speculative Narrative (École de Recherche Graphique – ERG, Brussels, 2019) and a B.A. in Art and Design (Escola Massana, Barcelona, 2016), Bogdanowicz has honed his craft through residencies at Fabra i Coats (Barcelona) and the Fundación Antonio Gala (Córdoba).

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