film, installation, experiment 
Former Building of Rude Pravo Newspapers on Na Florenci street



The installation at Rude Pravo was an interactive project including photos that become a film that becomes theatre, taking the plot of the movie as an initial point and expanding it, adapting it to other dimensions.

[ the photos] The installation started with a photo exhibition that explores the relations between middle class parents and their children. Sometimes the psychological abuse is not apparent even to the young victims themselves: they take it as inherent part of living in the micro-community, the family that one has not chosen in the first place.

[ the film] The second part of the installation was a movie about Balázs, an eighteen-year-old who runs away from home to start an independent existence. First he must shed his surroundings that have served as scenography for his life in order to create new ties. The film merges fiction and documentary: the movie’s creators appear in it.

[ the experiment] The third part of the installation allowed audience a view into experiment in which group of young people, volunteers from around the world exclusively gathered for the duration of the Prague Quadrennial. Together with Krétakör the volunteers joined in creativity experiments inside the former Rudé Právó building, bringing together a variety of genres following the story of the film. is the first part of Crisis a trilogy recounting the story of a three-member family. It aims to express the desire for a society in which the concepts of individual drive and responsibility exist in their own right, in which there is an organic connection to family, generations, nature, colleagues, that is, a society composed of individuals who are capable of planning their lives in advance – a society dominated by civic order. This performance project is realized, following a year of preparation, in three countries over roughly half a year.

The second part of the trilogy Ungrateful Bastards took place at Munich Opera Festival in July 2011, and the third part The Priestess in Trafo House of Contemporary Arts, Budapest in October 2011.

[ChalkCircle] ChalkCircle - Krétakör is an artistic group founded in 1995 by director Árpád Schilling. Until 2008 it was known for its theatre performances. The company has participated in many international theatre festivals over the years and won prizes such as Grand Prix on Bitef, plans festival d’Angers, Stanislavsky Award and New Theatrical Realities Prize (for director Árpád Schilling), among others.  Since 2008, Krétakör has re-focused on creating creative community theatre, as well as community games, placing civil volunteers in dramatic games in non-traditional spaces. Most recent work of Krétakör includes the May Day within the Program of Pécs 2010 – European Capital of Culture, joining the variety of civil communities of the city.

See trailer of Krétakör's Crisis Trilogy / Part 1:   //

Cast: Budai Balázs, Sárosdi Lilla, Kovács István, Czagány Klaudia, Oleg Vorslav, Bodrogi Jenő, Farkas Kornélia, Farkas Szebasztián, Farkas Szilveszter, Farkas Szilárd, ifj. Farkas Szilárd, Farkasné Dósa Cecília, Vas János, Vargáné Kerékgyártó Ildikó, Jana Baierová, Jovana Bobić, Jake Haskell, Ana Kiš, Tatjana Mihalina, Oliver Musić, Diego Rojas Ortiz, Svetlana Karadimova, Eduardo Soares, Simon Sramek, Tanasi Valeria, Miljana Zeković, Miles

Muhi András Pires, Romwalter Richy, Noel Villers

Supporters: Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space, EU Culture Programme (2007-2013), Bayerische Staatsoper, NKA (National Cultural Fund Hungary), Trafó – House of Contemporary Arts, Sparks Camera & Lighting Ltd. (Romwalter Richy, Romwalter Judit), Kraats Film (Noel Villers), Lightware Visual Engineering (Vigh Miklós)

Special thanks: Sodja Zupanc Lotker (PQ)

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