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 Baltic Games
Baltic Games

brut will be hosting five international productions from Finland, Sweden, Russia, and Estonia under the title Baltic Games in January as part of an international exchange programme. The Finnish Baltic Circle Festival is focussed on the performance and experimental theatre scene of countries neighbouring the Baltic Sea and is considered one of the most important locations for new discoveries from the Baltic region. The festival has succeeded in building a cultural bridge between Eastern and Western Europe. For the Baltic showcase in brut, the selected performances and projects fit in with the brut programme in content and form, while the stage formats range from a documentary theatre evening via feminist party and concert performances, site-specific works, on to playing with the world’s future. YKON, a group of visual artists from Helsinki, are responsible for the latter: with YKON Game, they developed a simulation that works with the players’ political and social imaginations. There are only active performers in this project, no passive audience. While the future is reinvented in YKON Game, Juha Valkeapää and Taito Hoffrén from Helsinki withdraw into a tent with their minimalist performance 10 JOURNEYS TO A PLACE WHERE NOTHING HAPPENS and, over coffee and pancakes, talk in a very humorous, charming, and musical way about Nordic attitudes toward life, describing the dreariness, vastness, emptiness, and their everyday lives. At the beginning and end of Baltic Games, the ÖFA-kollektivet and the artists Riina Maidre and Maike Lond from Tallinn invite to performances which are located somewhere between a party or concert and stage performance. ÖFA is a group of Swedish artists of all genres realising emancipated, collective works free of hierarchies. The group specialises in the performance design of party events in which the audience is very humorously made the evening’s protagonist. Estonians Lond and Maidre present in their stage show PostUganda – perhaps best described as a post-feminist concert performance – an energetic and pleasurable evening that references pop elements in order to ironically, self-ironically, and critically examine clichés about women. The production Two in your House by Moscow’s teatr.doc represents the most explosive work in the Baltic Games programme. The group has developed an evening of documentary theatre based on a specific example of the political persecution of artists aligned with opposition political parties through the national secret police in Belarus. During the Baltic Circle Festival in Helsinki in November 2011, as part of the exchange, brut presented a showcase of three of its own productions and a club night.

 Programme  19 to 27 January 2012 
Juha Valkeapää & Taito Hoffrén
16 bis 22 Uhr
Riina Maidre & Maike Lond
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