8th International Interdisciplinary


16 December 2019 – 4 January 2020


Ubud Bali, Indonesia
December 2015

with the support and in collaboration of Paradiso


4th No Borders Project 2015

Vangelis Legakis (GR/UK/HK/AUS)

Embodied Unity – Flying Low, Passing Through, Contact Improvisation, Qigong & Yoga

Vangelis is an international Dance Artist, Choreographer, Producer and Therapist. He has been leading educational, cultural, arts and healing projects across the world for over 17 years. He studied BA (Hons) Dance Theatre and MA Choreography at Trinity Laban (London, UK) and thereafter furthered his studies by acquiring a Masters in Buddhist Studies from the Hong Kong University. 

He is a yoga and qigong accredited practitioner and a therapist of different modalities (Craniosacral, Thai and Tsi Nei Tsang Massage, Deep Tissue and Holistic Massage, Neuroskeletal Re-Alignment Therapy, Reiki I, II and Master’s Level, Reflexology, and Cosmic Healing Qigong). 

Legakis, having two distinctive paths in his life, the one of dance and choreography, and the other of healing and spirituality, has formed the philosophy Embodied Unity and the practices Contact Beyond Contact and Gliding Space. Embodied Unity is an integration of diverse Dance Languages, Yoga and QiGong, Meditation and Mindfulness. This integration is intended to enhance dance education, performance, dance technique and the choreographic process, and as a whole, improve the living standards and relationships we build in our lives.

Vangelis is the founder and artistic director of Unity Space and The Van – L Dance Company, under which he spreads interdisciplinary art and healing festivals, projects and workshops.

4th No Borders Project 2015

Goran Bogdanovski (Slovenia)


Goran Is a Slovenian award-winning performer & choreographer, teacher,artistic director and curator.

As a peformer he has worked successfully since 1989 with more than 70 choregraphers and directors in many different fields of performing arts – classical ballet, physical theatre, contemporary dance, film and video. For over 10 years he was a soloist of the Slovene National Opera and Ballet Theater and parallely enjoyed a rich and versatile career of a freelance artist that brought him to work with many theater artists and contemporary choreographers from the Slovenian and European arts scene. Michael Clark, Matja! Pograjc & Betontanc, Dragan “ivadinov, Milko #paramblek, Francois Michele Pesenti, Ema Kugler, Janes Jan$a,Howard Katz Fireheart, among others. He also took part of research projects with Emio Greco, Josef Nadj, David Zambrano, Andrew

L.Harwood …to mention just some of them.

He has received the Triton Award 2000 for performance 1:0 and was chosen as ‘dance artist of the year’ in 2000 by the Slovenian weekly magazine Nedelo. He also received DanceWeb scolarship 2000, 2002, in Vienna; an Artslink Award 2003 in New York, a 2004 UNESCO Aschberg Award in Montreal … among others. Goran founded Fico Balet in 2000, with which he has been developing his own style of expression. For Fico Balet to date, he choreographed 15 dance productions, headed five international reaserch projects, curated 2 international dance festivals and created Fi!o training a unique and inventive community dance form as ongoing long durational artistic – educational – social project in Ljubljana. He also toured extensivly with his artistic works and gave workshops in 23 countries.


Kae Ishimoto (Japan)


Kae Ishimoto was born into a family of traditional Japanese dancers. She began studying traditional Japanese dance from the age of three, jazz dance from the age of four, and has since trained in modern, contemporary, and butoh dance. Since 2002, she has been working with Hijikata’s disciple, Yukio Waguri. In 2011, she performed her solo “Transformation Girl”, choreographed by Waguri using the Hijikata method of butoh, in 7 countries in Asia and Europe. In 2004, she co-created a company with 8 musicians called Wangnin Bunmei (“Fool’s Civilization”). She and her company have been invited to perform in 13 countries in Asia, Europe and the US. Kae’s dance style blends Eastern and Western movement influences to create a genre-less form of expression that can express both specific and universal themes.

*Butoh dance is said to have started in the late 1950s in Japan, with Hijikata Tatsumi as its founder. Hijikata’s butoh method specifically uses image-language as choreography, and engages with Japanese movement traditions as well as Western literary and artistic influences. Butoh places a special importance on the quality and energy of movement, seeking to encourage a localized sensitivity to movement, through connection with the imagination. It particularly interrogates ideas of an uncontrolled, distorted, or collapsed body, and is sometimes termed the ‘body in revolt.’

Konstantinos Souvatzoglou (Greece)

Music & Visual Arts

Konstantinos Souvatzoglou is an audiovisual artist from Athens Greece. He works with commercial and self­made digital technologies, both software and hardware, to create still & motion graphics, music and projection

mapping installations. Konstantinos (aka biscuit) studied Music Technology at Staffordshire University, UK and graduated with a First Degree and Distinction for final year project in 2001. His studies included music, video and multimedia production and he has been working as an electronic music composer and new media designer ever since. He is currently head of the creative team at the video department of Audiovisual Entertainment, specializing in high­end video encoding and editing, Digital Cinema Packaging(DCP), Blu­ray and DVD

authoring. Following his interdisciplinary approach his works include music, video, web design and projection mapping. Konstantinos is also one half of Space Blanket, an electronic duo known for their intense live performances and immersive visuals.



Gamze Seber TURKEY
Nadin Mariano SPAIN
Richard Radzikowski (POLAND)
Prashant More (INDIA)
Priya Kaul (INDIA)
Or Kittikong (THAILAND)
Elise Bruyere (BELGIUM)
Nona Munnix (BELGIUM)
Lucy Nooren (HOLLAND)
Maria Demandt (HOLLAND)
Josephine Patent (GERMANY)
Malaika Cheze Darville (CANADA)
Sui Ming Chu (HONG KONG)
Chiu Tung Tung (HONG KONG)
Janet Wu Wing Yan (HONG KONG)
Ting Wing Jessica Cheung (HONG KONG)
Kathy Mui (HONG KONG)
Pippa La-Doube (AUSTRALIA)
Carlie Angel (AUSTRALIA)
Brad Williams (AUSTRALIA)
Ingela Hageman (SWEDEN)
Cinzia Schincariol (ITALY)
Ali Alsarraf (KUWEIT)
Xiao Zheng (CHINA)

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