Christophe Meierhans

Some use for your broken clay pots

Some use for your broken clay pots
Some use for your broken clay pots

13.06 – 14.06.2013

A new constitution for democratic systems - that is the remarkable starting point of ‘Some use for your broken clay pots’, a tripartite project by Christophe Meierhans. A theatrical performance, a book and a film will be based on a legal text that prescribes all the institutions, organs, laws and procedures necessary for the establishment of a realistic and functional democratic regime. In December 2012, Meierhans presented the main outlines of this newly imagined political system during Working Title Platform #5, already stirring much debate. For this edition of WTP, Meierhans will offer us a first glimpse of the monologue performance, which will be staged as an election campaign meeting. 

 

Working Title Platform #6

Workspacebrussels ondersteunt met haar residentiewerking het werk van jonge kunstenaars en presenteert twee keer per jaar de resultaten daarvan in Working Title Platform. Verwacht geen affe voorstellingen, maar spannend work in progress dat nog kan evolueren. Naast de toonmomenten zijn er nagesprekken, de publicatie Field Notes over de residenties, besloten feedbacksessies, een schrijfatelier en ontmoetingsmomenten met professionals.

Volledige programma: www.workspacebrussels.be


concept and realization Christophe Meierhans | actress Carly Wijs | dramaturgy Bart Capelle | conceptual advisor Rudi Laermans | advising team Anne-Emmanuelle Bourgaux (ULB), Rudi Laermans (KUL), Jean-Benoît Pilet (ULB), Dave Sinardet (VUB) | constitutional jurist Anne-Emmanuelle Bourgaux | scenography Sofie Durnez | communication designer Miriam Hempel | conception & graphic design publication Manuela Dechamps Otamendi | illustration Rinah Lang | co-production Kaaitheater, workspacebrussels, Vooruit (in collaboration with Campo) | production Mokum | thanks to Kunst/werk

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