Performers: Aleksandar Georgiev (Macedonia/Bulgaria), Emma Tolander (Sweden), Krasimira Bakardjieva (Bulgaria).
Duration: 30 min.
3rd of May 2013 Frascaty Amsterdam
31st of May 2013 Basement Forum in Stockholm
Chewing gum increases arousal and leads to temporary improvements in blood flow to the brain. Many schools do not allow chewing gum because students often dispose it inappropriately; the chewing may be distracting in class, and the gum might carry diseases or bacteria from mouth to mouth, hand to hand. The Singapore government outlawed chewing gum in 1992 because it was becoming a danger when wedged in the sliding doors of underground trains. However, in 2002 the government allowed sugarless gum to be sold in pharmacies if a doctor or dentist prescribed it. “We/I invite you to bring your own tea-cup.”
Supported by: Ministry of Culture – Republic of Bulgaria, Master Program in Choreography at DOCH (Sweden) and SPAZIO- European network for dance and creation.