[singlepic id=176 w= h= float=]Ash Bulayev is an independent director/choreographer and media artist, and is a co-Artistic Director of amorphy.org (www.amorphy.org) in collaboration with choreographer Tzeni Argyriou. He has lived in New York City from 1991-2003, where he has created multiple original productions ranging from site-specific/multi-location work, interactive installations to dance/theater projects which where presented in U.S.A., Spain, Germany, Egypt, Portugal, Bulgaria, Holland, and Greece.
From 2003 until 2009 he worked and lived in Greece, where with amorphy.org he has presented: ʻAlphaOmegaʼ (2008) – Athens (Greece); ʻSee You in Walhalla” (2006/7) – Athens, Amsterdam, Sofia and Athens Festival; ʻInvisible Cities 1.0ʼ (2005) – 12th Naples Biennale (Italy), Theater of Neos Kosmos (Greece); ʻBut Secretly We Thirstʼ (2005) – MAD Festival (Athens); ʻPsycho/Cycleʼ (2004) – Dock 11 (Berlin), Theater Semio (Greece); ʻSheddingʼ (2004) – InteraktionsLabor (Germany); ʻ1,170,694ʼ (2004) – Site-Specific Work (Greece);
He has been awarded and participated in several Artist-in-Residency programs and fellowships: PACT Zollverien (2005) – Essen, Germany; InteraktionsLabor Media Lab (2004, 2006) – Germany; HERE Arts Center (2002 – 2003) – New York City.
In 2006/7, he was the Project Initiator and Research Director for the EU Culture 2000 funded project i-MAP (Integration of Media and Performance).
Since 2005 he began a collaboration with designer Christopher Brellis (www.antidot.gr) on various projects.
Since 2006 amorphy.org is funded by the Greek Ministry of Culture
Selected Performance Works:
Alpha/Omega – 2007/2008
See you in Walhalla – 2006/2007
Invisible Cities – 2005
1,170,694 – 2005
Psycho/Cycle – 2004