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“But latest under the digital globalizations era the human situation in the world is separated from the immediate spatial environment. After repeated moves the readiness to make oneself familiar with the geophysical place as such disappears. […] The acceleration allows for increased spatial mobility and flexibility, but it also creates an increasing distance to our spatial and material environment.”

– Hartmut Rosa, Acceleration, modernity and identity

Today’s society is characterized by an abundance of information and an acceleration of time. By becoming constant receivers in an everywhere-and-nowhere people are being alienated from time and space and politics becomes situativ and unmanageable.

We therefore want to see the stage as a sensibility, as a place for presence and concentration. Through prolonged time, spatial displacements and really big balloons we want to create conditions for an intensified feeling of being – a reorientation of man in time and space. Thesis work / BA piece from Stockholm School of Dramatic arts.

Joel Nordström – idé, dramaturgi
Marie Moberg – idé, scenografi
Anton Andersson – idé, ljus
Eric Sjögren – idé, komposition
Stina Hedin – idé, kostym och mask
Snöret Lindén – idé, teknik
Rodrigo Vilarinho – idé, medverkande
Katrine Johansen – idé, medverkande
Elisa Makarevitch – idé, medverkande

Stockholm May 2015

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