Inspiring Talk: "Remote controlled audiences"
You are invited to join Artist Talk with Stefan Kaegi “On transplanted performers and remote controlled audiences”.
This is a free online event with registration*. Please register through this link to join the event:
Stefan Kaegi creates documentary theatre plays, audio-interventions, curated formats and works in the urban environment in a diverse variety of collaborative partnerships. Using research, public auditions and conceptual processes, he often gives voice to ‘experts' who are not trained actors but have something to tell. Most of his works are released under the label „Rimini Protokoll“ - name of the Berlin-based theatre collective he founded together with Helgard Haug and Daniel Wetzel in the beginning of the millenium.
Since Protected content adapts the immersive Audio Walk “Remote X” into such different urban landscapes and contexts as Santiago de Chile, Shanghai, Moscow or New York, and he tours the interactive installation “Nachlass” that portrays eight people who have not much time to live.
Kaegi proposes to redefine the relationship of the performative language through Rimini Protokoll’s projects, according to the principles of his own artistic practice, and to evaluate it through intertwined narratives and layers.
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