We return with the CONVERSE-ACTIONS ON THEATER cycle.
With the support of INT (National Theater Institute). With creators of the performing and performing arts. This year, the conversation will focus specifically on the
modes of production in pandemic and the experiences carried out. 1st meeting, with Stefan Kaegi, Swiss director SUNDAY 7/25, at 5 PM, ARGENTINA. By Instagram Live @jazmingarciasathicq Stefan Kaegi Swiss Grand Prix for Theater / Hans Reinhart Ring 2015 He was born in Solothurn in 1972. He studied art at the F&F School of Art and Design in Zurich and applied theater studies
at Giessen Stefan Kaegi is based in Berlin, produces documentary plays and works in the public space in a diverse variety of
collaborative partnerships. Kaegi has toured Europe and Asia with two Bulgarian truckers and a truck that was turned into
a mobile audience hall (“Cargo Sofia”). I have developed "Radio Muezzin" in Cairo, a project on the call to prayer in this era of
technical reproduction. “Remote X” an audio tour for 50 headsets to cities like Taipei and Tunisia, and tours the interactive
installation “Nachlass” that portrays people who don't have much time to live. In addition to "Uncanny Valley", a monologue
of a humanoid robot on stage. Kaegi co-produces works with Helgard Haug and Daniel Wetzel, under the “Rimini Protokoll”
label. Through research, public auditions and conceptual processes, they give voice to "experts" who are not trained actors
but who have something to tell. Recent works include the multiplayer video piece “Situation Rooms”, “100% São Paulo”
with 100 local citizens on stage and the “World Climate Conference”, a simulation of the UN conference for 650 spectators
in Schauspielhaus Hamburg. They currently perform “Homevisit Europe” as an interactive performance game in hundreds
of homes around the world and are working on their tetralogy “Staat 1-4” on the phenomena of post-democracy.
The CCCBarcelona and the MAAT Lisboa recently showed their “Win <> win” bio-installation in Lisbon. His latest work
"Utopolis" for 48 portable speakers opened at the Manchester Festival 2019.


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