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David Lakein (USA/ Berlin) is an interdisciplinary artist, whose work swirls around the borders between dance, theatre, cabaret, installation, and performance art, embracing the edge between the profoundly serious and ridiculously silly. He collaborates extensively with other artists, and performs-researches-teaches in Europe, Japan, and the United States. Known for his inquisitive nature, he is a well-respected teacher dedicated to his students and a rigorous (un) learning process. Lakein studied philosophy and theater at Wesleyan University in Connecticut, dance and performance in San Francisco, Berlin and at the School for New Dance Development in Amsterdam, and conceptual arts at the Art Institute of Chicago. He is the director of the international artistic platform Paradox Bay. (www.paradoxbay.org)
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