24-26 February 2020 . HOMO SUM . DAMSLab . La Soffitta . University of Bologna
from Monday 24 to Wednesday 26 February
DAMSLab – piazzetta P. P. Pasolini 5/b (entrance via Azzo Gardino 65), Bologna
HOMO SUM. Human rights between representation and reality
led by Davide Sacco and Agata Tomsic / ErosAntEros
For years now, the theatre of ErosAntEros has been carrying on a poetics that questions the present, combining the investigation of politically committed content with a formal research that oscillates between fiction and reality, between past and present, to project itself towards tomorrow.
The protection of fundamental rights within contemporary democracies is at the centre of the show Concern for rights. The workshop wants to deepen this theme further, to share with the participants some of the company’s practices: the Atlas composition; the musical reading of the text; the editing of different scenic languages.
Free participation reserved for students of the University of Bologna.
The application is submitted by email – with the subject Name and Surname/Laboratorio: Homo sum; specifying in the text the “numero di matricola”, telephone contact and 10 lines of presentation, and attaching your CV to the email.
The email must reach email@example.com no later than February 21, 2020.
A maximum of 20 participants will be selected on the basis of the CVs received.
Those selected will be asked to bring 2 text contributions (maximum half page each) + 2 images or videos of their choice, which are representative of the protection/non-protection of human rights in contemporary democracies. For this purpose it is advisable to refer to the rights set out in the following documents: the Declaration of Universal Human Rights (1948), the Italian Constitution (1948), the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union (2000).
The workshop is part of the focus “CE N’EST QU’UN DÉBUT” as part of the celebration of 10 years of ErosAntEros by Prof. Marco De Marinis inside La Soffitta – Centre for theatrical promotion of the Department of Arts of the University of Bologna, in collaboration with ERT – Fondazione Emilia Romagna Teatro.