Logging is a colonial practice. Protocols record processes and prescribe rules. Tilo Frey was an expert on protocol. As a stenographer, as a secretary, as the director of a girls' school - and as a politician.
Tilo Frey was elected to the National Council when women's suffrage was introduced in 1971. Tilo Frey was black. As such, she was s/exoticized in the Swiss media in the 1970s. Today she is largely forgotten in the collective memory.
Protokolle Tilo Frey is an experimental performance work that traces Tilo Frey as a connection between logging and forgetting. It is inspired by the licentiate thesis and conversations with Jovita dos Santos Pinto.
Protokolle Tilo Frey consists of two parts: A "
colonial walk" in public space and a performance in an empty theater space.
colonial Walk" starts at the Blackbox - a performative black*BIPOC/s space/archive in the middle of the city.
More info at www.experitheater.ch
|By and with||Bharathi M. Franaszek, Beren Tuna, Mbene Mbunga Mwambene, Antonin Rohdich, Jördis Wölk, Andrea Kirchhofer, P. Vijayashanthan, Meret Mache, Marie Drath, Tara Lasrado, Kamran Behrouz, Antoinette Mendy|
|Co-Production||Gessnerallee Zürich & Schlachthaus Theater Bern|