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Homo Sacer, 2016
       
     
Homo Sacer, 2016

Conceived and directed by Marco Turcich

Designed and produced by Mapped Productions

Homo Sacer is a live-filmed theatrical performance that uses camera and projected live-feed footage to examine the effects of media on our perception of global events. Homo Sacer asks the question of what it means to make live theatre when our world is defined by film and television. Using the current European refugee crisis as our subject, we examine how ordinary people and families are portrayed and react to the mediated narratives. The great power of digital media is that it has the ability to bring events and people that are distant into our personal lives and spaces.

Created with the support and sponsorship of:

Marche Teatro

Lancaster University

Stalker Theatre, Officine Chaos,Turin

Premiered:

Officine Chaos, Turin (IT)

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Homo Sacer Trailer, 2016