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Hulp Nodig

Performance & Installation

A performer is sitting in an empty room, her aim to finish a reading of “Moby Dick”
Each time a person enters the room a light is switched on.
Only when the light is on does the reader read.
Outside the room is projected a visual translation of the reading.
The idea is to create a context of dependence and support whereby only if the public is dedicated, and stays listening or returns to the room, can the mission be accomplished.
This performance is based on the experience of creation. It shows the loneliness, the insecurity and the dependence on external support that all artists are familiar with.