Experimental audio-visual performance Sublimation Revision tackles technological integration of an individual in order to reflect on contemporary technologies and the mechanisms of contemporaneity that co-create and crucially mark our self-imaging.
In the performance ... And Call Me Antonia, the authors thematise through movement the figure of the female body in today’s pop culture, which is bereft of all personality and emotion and is represented only as an object of desire.
The performance explores the open territory between acting and life in the theatre, the no man’s land between personal and professional. With the mysterious text by Daniel Veronese, the ensemble of six performers, a director, two dramaturges and light, sound and space designers are opening the ambiguous space between performing and being, theatre and life.
Thirteen bodies inhabited Schwelle 7 for a three-week intervention to explore the simultaneous production and subjugation of bodies and the processes that shape bodies as sites of sociopolitical (dis)identification.
The performance goes beyond the mere form of a concert by adopting the form of contemporary variety show, in which the authors refer to, with movement, visual, and textual elements, various literary and theoretical texts, which problematize gender and identity, (non)integration of the body in the universe of media images, failed realizations of the imperative of pleasure, acting out of the hyper-sexualised, "tamed" cross-dressing style.
Sugar Rush is a performance project that through the medium of movement and music aims to invoke unbearable sweetness of a shared community - a memory of a paradise that never really existed and yet it is forever lost.
Wanda & Nova deViator (Maja Delak & Luka Prinčič) are an artistic duo that works with variety of media (performance, sound, video, physical computing, texts, situations) in order to research and reflect the state of contemporary living. Their collaboration started in 2009.
Taking up the various meanings of the word, the performance sketch Marzipan or Plexi by Marijs Boulogne tells of the friendship of a pregnant girl with a mermaid, of the life of sea creatures in a gigantic deep-sea aquarium and of desires, symbiosis and sexuality.
Performance researches, investigates and formulates a language of two authors with different formal backgrounds and experiences. The process and the product centre on the intimacy created in this particular encounter.