Mixdoor was a European multidisciplinary initiative, including workshops and a creation of a performance combined from 3 different parts. The project took 23 months and also included 8 performances in different partner countries. Within the project European performers (Poland, Croatian, Hungarian, France, Greek) and professionals (visual, set design, technical etc.) and artists worked together at a performance venue. 8-10 involved artists were: vertical dancers, circus artists, musicians and visual artists that collaborated in an inspiration and technical preparation period in Greece and a 6-8-week long rehearsal to create a performance, which was a mixture of three elements:
1) specific vertical dance-circus performance outside, on the wall of a building,
2) a promenade with small site-specific performances: juggling, dancing, living installation, which involved the audience,
3) In the theatre the performance continued as a collaborative integration of dance, circus arts, music and projections.
The performances were connected at each location to a 2 weeks long workshop and integrated to the show 8-8 local artists in each city. This phase gave partners and the audience the opportunity to take part in a real intercultural dialogue. This mixdoor spectacle dissolved disciplinary boundaries and embraced public space to mystify, inspire and delight international audiences.