Get to know foreigners. Bratislava's Fjúžn festival has begun

The festival will try to find answers to seemingly easy questions.

(Source: Michal Babinčák)

Who am I? Who are we? Where do we come from? Does it matter?

These are the basic questions the [fjúžn] festival, focused on presenting new minorities to the majority, will try to answer. Its 14th year will be held in Bratislava between September 12 and 21, offering people the opportunity to learn more about foreigners living in Slovakia.

The main motive is the variability and uniqueness of identity. The festival will reflect mostly on the one-dimensional perception of identity and will try to facilitate a discussion about how many identities a person can have and what the identities of foreigners living outside their homes are.

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