Noémi Kiss and the search for sex and identity (Ungarn)

Fri, Sep 24, 2010
5.30 pm
Admission: 6 €, concessions 5 €, school students 4 €

In her collection of short stories, "What went on while we were sleeping", the "Hungarian E. T. A. Hoffmann scholar" Noémi Kiss depicts a woman’s quest for her sexual role, her search for support, for identity and for lust and excess. On her search, she breaks down the borders between countries, between genders, between fear and desire, and between dreams and reality.

Focus Eastern Europe

PRESENTER: Julia Malik