In a combination of painting and theater, the evening explores the possibility of hope in times of supposed hopelessness.
Can hope be learned? In the theatrical painting performance MORGENROT, the actress and painter Alida Bohnen moves between the dualism of a doomsday mood and an individualized strategy of hope. Inspired by the thoughts of Ernst Bloch, Etel Adnan and Kasimir Malevich, the performer enters into a dialog with herself and the figures that emerge on the canvas.
Does the principle of hope give power to the supposedly powerless? The initiative of changeability is examined using the example of a painting changing on stage - in a balancing act between failure and success. By creating a changeable world on the canvas, an evening between two- and three-dimensionality attempts to approach the supposedly impossible: hope.
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