Ivo Dimchev // P Project

Bootleg Theater and Los Angeles Performance Practice presents

Ivo Dimchev // P Project

Thu. February 23, 2017

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm (event ends at 9:00 pm)

Bootleg Theater

Los Angeles, CA


Known for his provocative and often controversial performance works, Ivo Dimchev explores connections between tragedy and humor and one’s personal sense of modesty. P Project in an escalating, interactive performance where actual cash fuels participation based on several P words, such as Piano, Pray, Pussy, Poetry, Poppers...

The Public is invited to write improvised Poetry on stage and at the same time, their Poetry is transformed into a song by the Performer who is Playing on a Piano. People will be given other different opportunities to Participate in the Performance for which they are going to be Paid quite well. After the Performance, the Public is invited to Play with the installation of the complex Pussy catalog and construct their own complex Pussy and Print it on a Postcard.


Ivo Dimchev
IVO DIMCHEV is a Bulgarian performing artist, known internationally for his provocative and often controversial works of performance art. His work is extreme and colorful mixture of performance art ,dance, theater, music, drawings and photography. Dimchev is author of more than 30 performances. He has received numerous international awards for dance and theater and has presented his work across Europe, South America, and North America. He has led master classes at the National Theater Academy in Budapest, the Royal Dance Conservatory of Belgium in Antwerp, Hochschule der Künste in Bern, Switzerland, DanceWeb in Vienna, Giessen University in Germany, the Bremen Academy of Art, and other institutions. Dimchev is the founder and director of the Humarts Foundation in Bulgaria and organizes an annual competition for contemporary Bulgarian choreography. Dimchev is currently an Artist in Residence at Kaaitheater in Brussels. In 2014, he opened MOZEI in Sofia, Bulgaria, as an independent space for presenting contemporary art and music.
Venue Information:
Bootleg Theater
2220 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90057