Unikat is the result of a two-year long investigation; the collision of images and sounds in Unikat proposes a universal language that emanates from feelings and emotions, which opens channels of perception fading in and out of the concepts of time and space.
The starting point of Ismaili’s research was a revisiting of their times before and after the 1999 war in their native Kosovo. By exploring various facets of their identity, Ismaili produces a provocative piece that puts to question aspects of humanity.
I am a performance maker operating between theatre and visual arts. My working practice involves writing, composing music, performing, drawing and directing. Identity and body politics are subjects that I am naturally confronted with in my everyday reality. I use art as a medium to express my viewpoints and create platforms that bring people together.
Astrit Ismaili is an alumnus of Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten - Academie voor Theater en Dans - DAS Theatre.