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Photo by Eoin McKenzie

Eoin McKenzie writes about how he feels being an artist in this current lockdown situation in Scotland. "I spoke with my old university class on Zoom, we all shared a sense that our work had evaporated in front of us. Of being brought to a halt. Here we are, a group of twenty-something-year-old artists rendered inert."

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Photo by Marianne Villadsen

Failure Lab artist Stine Strange Thue has written a performance text from thoughts that are bubbling still after the Lab. "DEAR LIGHT OF CALAMITIES HELP ME TO FAIL PLEASE JUST LET ME FAIL AND FALL SO AT LEAST I DO NOT FAIL AT BEING ABLE TO FAIL"

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Photo by Michel Saive

Amalia Herrera took part in the Migration Lab in February 2018. Here she reflects on that experience and what a body means in this time of limited contact.

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Photo by Seán T. Ó Meallaigh, Courtesy of Fíbín Teo

Mairéad Folan is one of fifteen artists who have been selected to take part in the Different Bodies Lab in Norway in September 2020. Here she writes about her experience of being a disabled artists during this crisis and some of the more inclusive practice that has opened up possibilities for her.

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Niddrie Mill PS pupils at the PUSH Gender Lab, Jan 2017 - photo by Geraldine Heaney

Shane O’Reilly (Gender Lab, January 2017 as part of PUSH) talks about the impact Covid-19 on physical interaction and intimacy.

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Read about the PUSH and PUSH+ artists programmed as part of the this year's krokusfestival as the connections between partners and artists continues to grow.

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Photo by Alan McCredie

The Tallest, a new collaboration between two artists based in Scotland who attended PUSH labs......

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Photo by Geraldine Heaney

Lucy Gaizely is making a new production exploring (over)protection with artists she met on the Lab.

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Photo by Ruth Armstrong

Hannah Venet from Scotland has developed an intervention she created as part of the (over)protection Lab, Group Hug, that premiered at the Opening Weekend of the Edinburgh International Children's Festival in May 2018.

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A new collaboration of three artists from Belgium and Denmark who are now working together to create a new interactive performance play around the topics of identity and protection.

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Amalia talks here about a new production she is making connected to the Migration theme she explored at The Ark in February 2018.

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Illustration copyright © Shaun Tan 2006

Jonathan writes about The Arrival, a new production by Solar Bear that includes a collaboration with Niroshini Thambar who he met on the Migration Lab in Dublin.

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Mari Bø from Tromsø attended the Gender Lab In January 2017, read here about the significant shift in direction that happened when she returned to Norway.

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Rachael Macintyre, Artistic Director of Jabuti Theatre, is making a new production called Paper Memories based on themes of migration alongside three fellow Migration Lab artists.

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Anna Newell met Emma Park at the Gender Lab in Edinburgh and talks here about collaborating with her on her new production LULLABUB.

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