Never Ending Journey
This performance happens in black box theatre space and is a hybrid of a theatre performance and a participative video installation with blurred beginning and end. The performance is structured as a journey through a sequence of rooms. Theatrical and psychological triggers focus imagination and emotional experience of visitors around the topics of near-death experience, love, friendship, personal relations and positive intimate moments of life. Despite the fact that performance is happening in theatre space and suggests a fictional “after death” frame, it is never clear for the participant whether the situation is a part of theatrical reality or not. Composition of events prepares a participant to a highly emotional point when they are proposed to make a confession (to say “the most beautiful words in the world”) in front of the camera. The confession is followed by one-on-one and then a group meeting of participants within the same performative place which suggests a different poetic attitude to the common social experience.