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15 - 24/06/2018

photo A. Grabowski
Galleryphoto A. Grabowski
  • We wake up, get up, go to work, eat, drink, rest, get bored, have fun, are in and out of relationships, are born, grow up, give birth, get old, die. How much does another person’s death mean to us as individuals and as society? The intersecting of these two perspectives leads to another question: What do we the living know about death? The performance is part of a triptych dedicated to the reinterpretation of Adam Mickiewicz’s Dziady (Forefathers’ Eve).