May 21, 2011 20:00
50 young musicians, dancers and media makers from Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Romania, Spain, UK, will present the creation and production project Art’n’Go. New Routes to Intercultural Creativity.
The biennial project was launched in 2009 with the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union and the coordination of Sziget Festival in the frame of the Roots&Routes International network, operating in 10+ European countries for the promotion of cultural and social diversity in contemporary performing arts and media.
In creative residencies throughout Europe, these young artists have designed and developed seven original productions combining music, dance, visuals and theatre, on the common theme of “(self)consciousness”.
From May 16 to 21, Roots & Routes International will furthermore spread through the city with workshops and installations: on the big open air piazza of the Stazione Leopolda, the public of Fabbrica Europa Festival will be welcomed by the images and sounds of the European cities involved in the Grundtvig Partnership project Urban Soundscapes, supported by the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union.
When you think you made a choice between two options, the options already have been made for you. When you want to get away from it and think you’re free, you fall into a bigger entrapment.
When will we use our consciousness for a better purpose? When will come our Braincheck?
A multimedia performance about deprivation of knowledge and self-protection to still think for yourself, make your own choices and follow your own beliefs.
How do you see the world around you?
Do you know what is really important?
Or could you sacrifice one part of your life for another one?
You expect from other people to manage their lives better – but are you able to change?
Everything is just a matter of viewpoints. You have your choice.
The only question is this: are you brave enough to explore the colours of the world?