Julian Hetzel/CAMPO [DE/EN/BE]

All Inclusive

All Inclusive
All Inclusive

01.12.2018

Everybody will remember the photos and videos showing iconoclasts in Iraq and Syria destroying iconic monuments. These images do not only show destruction, but especially also an aspect of strategic warfare. Creation through de(con)struction! Based on this paradoxical principle, Julian Hetzel continues his critical research into warfare, by discussing both the aestheticization and capitalization of violence. All Inclusive juxtaposes art and war and tourists and refugees, and connects reality and imagination. This production will guide you through an imagined universe – an extension of the battlefield – where reality hits back.

• Julian Hetzel studied performing arts at DasArts in Amsterdam. Since then, he has created provocative performances with a political message and which challenge theatrical codes. His work is often documentary, at the intersection of theatre, performance, media, music, and visual art. In 2015, he presented the lecture performance The Benefactor at Kaaitheater.

‘A striking and grating performance. Julian Hetzel cleverly questions the use and incorporation of horrors in art.’  – De Standaard


concept & direction Julian Hetzel | performers Kristien De Proost, Edoardo Ripani, Geert Belpaeme & local figuextra's | dramaturgy Miguel Angel Melgares | artistic advice Sodja Lotker | co-production Frascati, Schauspiel Leipzig, CAMPO, Stichting Ism & Heit | executive production CAMPO

 

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Combine doing something useful and something cultural and come to the Kaaicafé on 1 December. We will serve a delicious bowl of spaghetti (including a vegetarian option), and you can help ToekomstATELIERdelAvenir to develop their programmes. Hundreds of socially vulnerable Brussels teenagers will be eternally grateful. If you would like, you can also attend the performance All Inclusive by Julian Hetzel: a jet-black exploration of the anesthetization of violence.