Work demonstration created by Jubilo Foundation
When: Wed-Thu 18–19 December 2019, 19.00
Where: Na Grobli Studio, the Grotowski Institute
Language: English and Polish with English captions
On the Other Side: Concert for Piano and Silences investigates the moment of passage from the state of imprisonment to the state of freedom. How and in which way we pass the border between imprisonment and freedom? Is this border clear? How far is it from us? The moment marks the experience of passing from one condition to another through music.
The artists have been accompanied in this journey by the figure of Kaspar Hauser, whose decentralised and blurry ‘Me’ repeats after Rimbaud: ‘I am somebody else.’ This is a journey in which we try to reinterpret and witness a new reality, in a constant flux, giving us new lenses to perceive our world and at the same time questioning it from a different perspective, the one of ‘the Other’.
On the Other Side: Concert for Piano and Silences is the next step of a research process initiated by Jubilo Foundation in 2018. The first step of the work was presented on 9 December 2018 at the Grotowski Institute. The piece is planned to have its premiere in 2020.
Director, concept, musical dramaturgy, lighting designer: Diego Pileggi
Dramaturg: Martyna Dębowska
Stage and costume designer: Katarzyna Pieniawska
Performers: Kalieaswari Srinivasan, Marina Mashtaler (piano)
Production: Fundacja Jubilo
Partners: the Grotowski Institute, MONAR Association in Wrocław, Łokietka 5 – Infopunkt Nadodrze
Languages: English and Polish with English captions
Running time: 40 minutes
The work demonstration has been created as part of On the Other Side: Concert for Piano and Silences, a project co-financed by the City of Wrocław.
Photos: Paulina Anna Galanciak