What is left when everything ends?
“Premiere” is a contemporary performance art creation that tries to take remains, leftovers and traces of a particular action as a frame for a theatre act, as a starting point for researching the theatre as a medium. We approach the issue of theatre action from the point of observing what is left from a certain experience, what does body remember from the act that finished before this performance started. We are looking at both visible and invisible signs left of what is lost. We are listening to the echoes of movements, to memories and are looking at its traces. Those are confirmed only through inconsistent moments between realization and dissolution and we can not name them or finger-point them, because they “leak”.
In this moments of loss we are offered an understanding of many realities where our picture of the world makes only one of them.
Action is placed in a setting that marks positive discrimination of performers memoires, but is offering a potential exit for a new creation from what is not destroyed, taken or used up. “Premiere” talks about corruption and taintedness, but as well about its own counterpoint: continuity, repetitiveness, new chances.