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Bojana Kunst: On Responsibility

PostScriptUM #15
Series edited by Janez Janša
Language: English

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Bojana Kunst, philosopher, dramaturg and contemporary art theorist, writes about “the theatre by other means” performed by BADco., on occasion of their Responsibility for Things Seen spatial intervention and video installation in the Aksioma art gallery.
BADco. is a Zagreb-based performance collective formed in 2000 by four choreographers and dancers, two dramaturgs and one philosopher. Their performances – which have been presented throughout Europe and the U.S. – do not follow a linear dramaturgical structure, but create the theatre event as a complex synchronization of actions, shifts, speeches and movements, focusing on a concrete political interest.
The choreographies, images, spaces and atmospheres of their performances are related to the ways in which we, the viewers, are present in the theatre. The performances invite the audience to speculate, to watch wilfully at the edge of the visible – it is precisely this peculiarity that actually renders BADco’s theatre political.



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Publisher: Aksioma – Institute for Contemporary Art, Ljubljana

Represented by: Marcela Okretič

Translation: Polona Petek
Proofreading: Eric Dean Scott
Design: Luka Umek
Layout: Sonja Grdina

(c) Aksioma | Text and image copyrights by authors | Ljubljana 2014

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In the framework of Masters & Servers

Previously published in Aksioma Brochure #18, Ljubljana 2013, on the occasion of the installation:

BADco.
Responsibility for Things Seen: Tales in Negative Space
www.aksioma.org/badco

Aksioma | Project Space
Komenskega 18, Ljubljana, Slovenia
8–24 May 2013

Supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia and the Municipality of Ljubljana.


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