Young artists of different sexual orientations and gender identities from Montenegro, Latvia and Serbia created the play based on personal experiences, within the Invisible Lives international project implemented by the Kulturanova Association.
The play, which was created during eight days of workshops, talks about all of us and how society (does not) accept those who are different.
The Invisible Lives project aims to shed light on the stories of the invisible lives of marginalized groups of society through the transnational mobility of artists coming from Latvia, Montenegro and Serbia, who work with analogue photography, filmmaking and theatre design.
The project was supported by the European Commission through the Creative Europe programme and the City of Novi Sad. Partners in this project are Rucka Art Foundation from Lithuania and Art365 from Montenegro.
Photo: Irena Čučković