Stefan Kaegi - ON BINOCULARS AND REMOTE CONTROLLED SPECTATORS (O DALJNOGLEDIH IN DALJINSKO VODENIH GLEDALCIH)

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Stefan Kaegi - ON BINOCULARS AND REMOTE CONTROLLED SPECTATORS (O DALJNOGLEDIH IN DALJINSKO VODENIH GLEDALCIH), 8 March 2010, 7.00 – 10.00 p.m., Cankarjev dom, M3/M4, Stefan Kaegi is an established international multidisciplinary artist. He stages living ready-mades or transplants experts onto the stage and into the grey zone between reality and fiction, using documentary material and theatrical interventions. Stefan Kaegi will show and comment short videos on recent productions of the Rimini Protocoll including Egyptian muezzins, Swiss airport-kids as well as 200 avatars remote controlled by a Canadian audience. Stefan Kaegi (Swiss) is a theatre director who focuses on the question of drama in everyday life. His works reflect documentary theatre, radio shows and works in urban places of diverse collective participation. The basis of his work is his research method combined with auditions and a conceptual process. His work stems from his desire to make the invisible voices be heard and identified as the voices of professionals. He is part of the Rimini Protokoll artistic group. He lives in Berlin, where Rimini Protokoll members are artists in residency at HAU. Project of Stefan Kaegi is supported by Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Republic of Slovenia, Pro Helevtie. Thanks to Embassy of Embassy of the Republic of Switzerland. Maska project is supported by: Anna Lindh Foundation, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia

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