When Life and Art Are One
Ana Woolf, actor, theater director and co-founder of Magdalena 2a Generacion, a Latin American Network of Women in Contemporary Arts
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On a Sunday afternoon, a little over 24-hours after she landed in Kuala Lumpur, Ana Woolf talked to our producer about the melding of her life and her work. She shared her understanding of what it means to her to be an artist and what she offers to those whose lives meet hers. In town to perform, share and teach she peeled back the covers to give us a look into her work performance, workshop and performance which is informed by the Argentinian military dictatorship from 1974 - 1983.
Produced by: Lim Soon Heng
Presented by: Lim Soon Heng
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