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February 21 2013

10 pm ►Stara mestna elektrarna – Elektro Ljubljana

Photography: Nada Žgank


How to put on stage something as performative as shame? How to talk about something that eludes words? How to address the audience without shaming them? Shame can speak many languages. The bodies, the sounds, music, images and words speak out at the same time. What they want to tell lies in the overlaps and gaps between the individual languages. They pronounce the subjects on stage and the subjects in front of it in the way that just like subjects evades an unambiguous signification: with pauses, delays, interruptions, twists, hesitations, duplications, echoes. Never are we completely or just simply here, we are always someplace else, where we can believe for a moment we are someone else or dream we are. Sometimes we even act ourselves witnessing our own objectification when the body, controlled by its own subjection to the gaze, has to respond with that which derives it of its words. (Tea Hvala)


Concept and choreography: Maja Delak
Authors and performers: Loup Abramovici, Ingrid Berger Myhre, Maja Delak, Katja Kosi, Luka Prinčič, Maja Smrekar, Irena Tomažin
In collaboration with: Loup Abramovici, Ingrid Berger Myhre, Nina Fajdiga, Tea Hvala, Katja Kosi, Luka Prinčič, Maja Smrekar, Irena Tomažin, Nataša Živkovič
Video, sound, programming: Luka Prinčič
Video and set design: Maja Smrekar
Costume design: Ajda Tomazin
Light design: Urška Vohar
Texts: Loup Abramovici, Ingrid Berger Myhre, Katja Kosi, Irena Tomažin
Texts used: Lev N. Tolstoj / Lev Tolstoy , Mady Schutzman, Leo Lionni, Michio Kushi
Production : Emanat
50 minutes.