Interview with the co-directors of Hello!Earth Vera Maeder and Jacob Langaa-Sennek, after the premiere of their last participatory theatrical work THE NIGHT -VISIONING A POST CAPITALIST SOCIETY WHILE WE SLEEP at the Festival DNA 2018 in Pamplona, Spain.

From their website:
hello!earth creates participatory cross-disciplinary art works with relational approach, where the presence of the audience is the co-creating and central element. The base of the work is an inquiry into consciousness and an exploration of the myth of reality. An attempt to unfold the potential of possible relations between people and place and make interconnectedness and diversity tangible. The works are always spaces for an audience to experience, sense and do.


THE NIGHT -VISIONING A POST CAPITALIST SOCEITY WHILE WE SLEEP is a 12 hour overnight experience and a visioning quest for 30 participants. It explores what kind of community we can imagine as a post capitalist model of being and functioning together, and how could we stimulate a visioning and “rehearsal space“ for such a collective field?

Taking place in site-specific surroundings like in the building of the local City Hall, in a tent-like structure on a sandy beach or at a theatre venue.
https://www.helloearth.cc/about

Produced by Marlon Barrios Solano with the support of CIFAS/KLAXON Belgium
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