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Maud Hendricks and Bernadette O'Reilly
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WoW Program | Proximity in Crisis
A Talk That Could (Have) Be (Been) A Performance
in collaboration with MOT+
Proximity in Crisis proposes a quest for potentialities behind the limitations, rather than sinking in the frustration of being constrained. This talk that could (have) be (been) a performance gathers some of ПРВО ПА ЖЕНСКО (FIRSTBORN GIRL) closest associates and performance co-thinkers who, through their distinctive practices, are rethinking the traditional power dynamics and hierarchies in theatre and performance, now so brutally dismantled, enforced and contextualized by the pandemic.
Despite being separated in time and space, together we will try to reclaim the proximity inherent to performative practices, but now abolished by the measures that protect us from the puzzling virus.
Participants: Jasmina Vasileva, actress (MKD); Ana Dubljević, performer, dancer, choreographer and cultural worker (RS); Maud Hendricks and Bernadette O'Reilly - Outlandish Theatre Platform (IRL), Biljana Radinoska, theatre director (MKD) and Jasna Jasna Žmak, writer and dramaturg (CRO).