Oedipus at Tate Britain
Salihbegovic, Nuno (2011) Oedipus at Tate Britain. [Play, Short Story or Poetry]Full text not available from this repository.
A post-apocalyptic sci-fi adaptation of Seneca’s Oedipus.
OEDIPUS is a multimedia theatre work where both performers and audience are transported into an imaginary world full of high-tech intrigue, low-tech crime, and traces of uncorrupted love.
Over the evening, as the narrative unfolds we find ourselves in an abandoned art gallery in the year 2027 in a post-apocalyptic setting in which the gallery Tate Britain have been transformed into an overcrowded refugee camp.
|Item Type:||Play, Short Story or Poetry|
|Additional Information:|| Apocalyptic Cybernetic Theatre ACT – OEDIPUS, a joint multimedia theatre project of Studio for Electronic Theatre, ICAS - University of Greenwich (London, UK), tg Cactusbloem (Antwerp, Belgium), PVC-T (Novi Sad, Serbia) and Magdatt (Amsterdam, NL), was shown on 4 November 2011 at Tate Britain, London, UK.  PERFORMERS: Hannah Lamin, Alev Adil, Boris Butorac, Mieke Weckesser, Hazim Kamaledin. Lighting Design: Boris Butorac; Costume Design: Hannah Lamin; Sound Design: Steve Kennedy; Music: Steve Kennedy and Vladimir Bojovic; Interaction Design: Matthias Oostrik; Dramaturgy/Text: Alev Adil; Physical Performance Directing: Hazim Kamaledin; Concept/Multimedia Directing: Nuno Salihbegovic.  This project was also presented on a small scale in August 2011 at Steven Lawrence Gallery at the University of Greenwich.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Oedipus, theatre, multimedia|
|Subjects:||N Fine Arts > N Visual arts (General) For photography, see TR|
|School / Department / Research Groups:||School of Humanities & Social Sciences|
|Last Modified:||27 Nov 2012 14:47|
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