The show utilises the narrative proposed by the poem, fictional artist alter-ego as a conceptual model. Our main character, this all-encompassing alter-ego, is all the artists of the show together elaborating on a non-linear journey against ‘absolute truth’ and ‘logic’; a journey which welcomes the audience into a fragmented space-time of myth, rituals and dialogue. This alter-ego figure appears as haunting force destabilising ‘creator’ and ‘creation’. Working with ideas of creative collectivity, we are responding to the architectural features of our two spaces: Space 52 and ERGO Collective space. The show is thus a game, a surreal game of chess, a dialogue between the end and a beginning and the end and beginning, a soap opera watched in the cctv camera of the club.
Abducting The Priestess Might Solve Your Crops
ERGO Collective space & Space52
9-18 April 2020