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JANEZ JANŠA
Who is next?

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Datum der Aufzeichnung: 27.01.2012

Ort: TQW / Halle G

Im Rahmen von: Austrian première

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Although our democratic societies seemingly offer unlimited possibilities of shaping our life, their  ttempt to protect the rights of individuals and humans in general at the same time produces new restrictions and control mechanisms – for art, too.

In his new work, the stage director and choreographer Janez Janša together with a group of Slovenian artists dedicates himself to some of the basic questions of a time which is marked by a striving for visibility, transparency and flexibility. Doubtless something has to happen – but what? And by whom? And is art a place where this action can take place? Who decides what is shown, and who decides what is remembered? Is there any alternative of localising art outside the economic system in society?

Who is next? deals with the personal, legal, ethic and social restrictions we face in contemporary artistic processes. In a mixture of choreography, music and film, several actors negotiate the question of individual responsibility in a contemporary society which is confronted with recession, shock, precariousness, insecurity and indifference.

Credits

 

CONCEPT AND DIRECTING: Janez Janša

CREATED AND PERFORMED BY: Boštjan Narat, Jelena Rusjan, Irena Tomažin, Vito Weis, Grega Zorc, Nataša Živkovic

DRAMATURGY: Simona Semenic

VIDEO: Darko Heric

TECHNICAL DIRECTOR: Igor Remeta

PRODUCTION MANAGER: Tina Dobnik


PRODUCTION: Maska (Ljubljana)

COPRODUCTION: Tanzquartier Wien, Inkonst (Malmo)

Maska, organization for publishing, culture and producing activities is supported by the Ministry od Culture (Republic of Slovenia) and City of Ljubljana

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