In the solo piece Morituri (to create is a fight), performer Vidal Bini travels through a landscape of words and live photography. The work draws on the writings of thinkers Marie-José Mondzain and Donna Haraway, in a complex, raw staging. One sees the moving body collide with immobile memorials of war and morph into new living creatures.
In Morituri or the Wild Geese, five dancers and a photographer reconstruct and reinterpret a collection of archive photos of the body in combat – whether in sports, politics or war.
This choreographic and photographic performance creates hybrid memorails in a constantly transforming kaleidoscope.
Morituri challenges the closed cycle of History, Memory and Identity so that new stories might emerge and blossom.