Paperplanes is a participatory performance installation, that confronts western audiences with the ethics of flying in a globalized world. A poetic political reflection about climate change and the relationship between the west and the global south, about diverse realities. On one hand, the airplane is a symbol of shame and pollution, and on the other, it is a vessel of dreams. Who is allowed to fly, and whose dreams must remain on the ground? Together with the audience, Paperplanes crafts a future; forgotten, mutated, and eaten by the capitalist structure of the west and vomits out seeds of hope and solidarity. The performance is a solo piece. The performance uses paper planes installation, video installation, poetic reflections and experimental sound.
Saturday's performance can be combined with the performance SEMIOTICS OF DRECKSARBEIT by Nuray Demir.
|Concept, creation, and performance||Pankaj Tiwari|
|Dramaturgy||om Oliver Jacobson, Francesco Corsi|
|Set Design||Tom Oliver Jacobson, Francesco Corsi|
|Production lead||Tom Oliver Jacobson|
|Video and AI art||Pratik Kayal|
|Conversation partner||Maria Magdalena Kozlowska|
|Outside Advisor:||Sophie Becker|
|Residency Support||Grand Theatre, Groningen, Spielart Festival, Munich|
|Production Support||Spielart Munich|