15th Extraordinary Congress: Vienna

Première Viennese Version
In 15th Extraordinary Congress, six women sit at a table, exchanging stories and anecdotes, facts and rumours, reflections and thoughts about a country in which all of them grew up but which no longer exists. Sifting through their shared memories as well as through versions of events remembered and understood differently, they try to unpack the story of Yugoslavia from a range of different perspectives.
Through an improvised exchange over several hours, they recount events large and small, excavating bits of shared history from realms both political and personal. The piece unfolds a complex narrative in which contradictions and inconsistencies sit side by side – decidedly unresolved and open – in a state of tension, dialogue and play.
with Anamarija Batista, Jana Dolecki, Jelena Kaludjerovic, Maja Damnjanovic, Natasa Mackuljak, Vlatka Horvat
Moderation: Noit Banai
Co-commissioned by LIFT and 14-18 NOW, WW1 Centenary Art Commissions. A House on Fire Project, supported by the Cultural Programme of the European Union and the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund and Arts Council England and presented with Battersea Arts Centre.
Vlatka Horvat is an artist working across sculpture, installation, drawing, performance, photography and text. Her work in visual art has been exhibited extensively and her performances have been presented at theatre and dance festivals, performance venues, and in the public realm. After twenty years in the US, she currently lives in London. www.vlatkahorvat.com
Durational format with permanent access - 4,5 h (incl. 30 min break)
In the context of EDN Roadshow

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