Costume Designers: Klemen Kovačič, Katarina Planinc
Lighting Designer: Maša Avsec
Sound Designer: Gašper Lovrec
About the performance
In every house, there is a place without a special purpose. It is where we put away what we no longer need, but are not yet ready to admit that to ourselves. It is a space (be it a room, a drawer or just a box) where we leave memories that we don't trust to stay in our minds. They seem too fragile. Eternally elusive, but so important. Who are we without them? And who are we with them?
Memory is a messy room through which we have to wade to get to our origin, to ourselves.
The performance Messy Room depicts memories through the medium of object theatre, using and animating everyday objects that evoke and manifest nostalgic associations. The object as one of the possible carriers of memory, or at least its trigger, opens up a collage of glimpses into the author's life. Despite their (auto-)fictional narrative, it is precisely because of the universal communicative power of everyday objects that the performance structure becomes a testing ground in which
each of us can draw our own threads of memory.
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