‘I don’t see this happening’ is a live performance about home, identity, communication and communal living. Ordinary situations of the daily life we ‘tend’ not to see. It’s about the blindness of the everyday within the context of living together and its physical-intellectual multiple dynamics. This experimental performance aims to create a situation for the audience to reflect on the topic. If we don’t see what we see, we might like to assume our blindness and let the rest of our senses perceive what goes on around us and to listen to what happens to the ones that share the same spaces we inhabit. Who doesn’t have an ordinary life after all… Yes, so you do too.
Heather McKee (US)
Alejandro Vaquero (ES)
Sarah Lüdemann (DE)
Rosalie Vos (NL)
Adrian Brun (AR)
Blinded Performance 19:00
Performance free entrance (max 30 guests)
Dinner costs 6 euro
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"HomeBase Project, a site-specific residency and research program exploring the notion of home, operating in the intersection of contemporary art and social change."