Choreography/ Execution: Magda Jędra, Weronika Pelczyńska, Iza Szostak
Dramaturgy: Agata Szczęśniak<br/>Lights: Karolina Gębska
Scenography: Wojciech Pustoła
Premiere: 11 July 2014
Duration: 50 min
Performance is part of “The Future of Europe” cycle.
The project is supported by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage and the Office of the Capital City Warsaw, with the support of the Foundation Burdąg Centre in Movement, Capital City District Office Wawer Warsaw.
Poland: 24 thousand second-hand shops.
Europe: 120 thousand clothing companies.
World: 4 million hands sewing clothes in Bangladesh.
Three artists invite the audience to visit a gigantic European thrift shop full of second-hand fantasies and worn out dreams about the future. The artists use this collage of improvisation and network of visible and invisible connections to analyze the relations between the far, the global and the personal. They performatively investigate the future of Europe. How expensive are joint actions? How can a partner turn into an obstacle? When do the values turn into obsessions?
This performance tells the story about unexpected consequences of joint work, of collective actions, of how the haven turns into a form of oppression, and how the scary turns into the funny.
The performance uses the date provided by the Asia Monitor Resource Centre and War on Want available at
- Where: Musical Theatre Capitol, Piłsudskiego 67, 50-019 Wrocław, Poland
- Day: 2017.9.28