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MIMOS 2015

Rimini Protokoll


Anne Fournier, Paola Gilardi, Andreas Härter and Claudia Maeder

Der vorliegende Band gibt Einblick in die Arbeitsweisen und die künstlerische Entwicklung von Rimini Protokoll. Mit seiner Experimentierfreudigkeit und der sozialen Relevanz seiner Produktionen prägt das Kollektiv das internationale Theaterschaffen seit fünfzehn Jahren nachhaltig.

This volume provides insights into the modes of operation and the artistic development of Rimini Protokoll. For more than fifteen years, the collective, with its love of experimentation and the social relevance of its productions, has had a deep and lasting impact on the international theatre world.

Cet ouvrage se penche sur le laboratoire créatif et l’évolution artistique du Rimini Protokoll. Depuis quinze ans, ce collectif marque de son talent la scène théâtrale internationale grâce à sa pertinence sociale, son esprit expérimental et une curiosité sans borne.

La presente pubblicazione getta uno sguardo nel laboratorio creativo e ripercorre le principali tappe evolutive del collettivo teatrale Rimini Protokoll che, grazie all’incessante ricerca sperimentale e alla rilevanza sociale delle sue produzioni, da quindici anni esercita un notevole influsso sulla scena teatrale internazionale.


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Paola Gilardi


Remote Milano: Un’orda teleguidata nel capoluogo lombardo? Intervista a Valentina Kastlunger, codirettrice dell’Associazione culturale Zona K Abstract Zusammenfassung Résumé 169–178 169 Remote X is a very special city walk where groups of 50 participants wearing radio headphones are remotely guided through the urban landscape by an “artificial intelligence”. The project, based on an idea from Stefan Kaegi and other collaborators in the Rimini Pro- tokoll theatre collective, was staged for the first time in 2013 in Berlin. Since then it has called on around 20 cities including Zurich, Avignon, New York, Bangalore, São Paulo and Moscow. In autumn 2014, thanks to collaboration with the Zona K arts centre, this “interactive experiment” also took place in Milan in northern Ita- ly. In this interview Valentina Kastlunger, one of the directors of Zona K, talks about the making of Remote Milano, the peculiarities of the Milan project (including the choice of places visited on the guided tour, which ranged from the Cimitero Monumentale to the futuristic Piazza Gae Aulenti) and the reactions of the people who participated. Very few experienced Remote Milano as a mere di- version or 3D video game. The majority of the 1000-plus people who took part said it was a valuable chance to discover hidden corners of their own city, and an enriching opportunity to reflect on group dynamics and the burgeoning influence of digital media. Remote X ist ein Stadtrundgang der besonderen Art. Gruppen von 50 Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmern werden per Funkkopfhörer von...

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