|July 18||7.30 pm|
|July 19||7 pm|
I’m fascinated with the difference between supposedly private and supposedly public and I try to engage with the issue of what it means to live in a society that’s seemingly shock-proof, yet still is compelled to exercise secrecy.
Fake Uniforms is a temporary public seminar that explores some illegal practices in our daily lives. The text, developed from interviews conducted with people met in Prato, Ramallah, Marseille, Madrid, Lausanne and Nyon, also evokes practices used by movements, activists in different parts of the world, which allow the circumvention of the law without breaking it. The public is invited to position themselves and relate directly to the boundary between what is legal and what is not: the law defines what is considered moral, lawful, just, but it is a fluid parameter, which changes according to the context in which it is inscribed, the historical period and the type of privileges we enjoy. How can we act in public space to suggest possible forms of complicity and resistance?
Sara Leghissa is an artist, researcher and performer based in Milan. Together with F. De Isabella she founded Strasse, a collective currently associated with Triennale Teatro dell’Arte in Milan, which produces site-specific projects in public space to raise the level of attention on what exists, using the performative and cinematographic language as observational filters of reality.
Piazza GanganelliAccess: accessible for wheelchair users and people with limited mobility.
July 18: Piazza Ganganelli
July 19: Interno 14
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Ideazione Sara Leghissa / testo e drammaturgia in collaborazione con Carlo Fusani, Tomas Gonzalez, Catalina Insignares / illustrazioni, grafica Marzia Dalfini / promozione Giulia Messia / produzione esecutiva Eleonora Cavallo / prodotto da Far Festival- Nyon in collaborazione con FOG Triennale Milano Performing Arts / partners Short Theatre- Roma, Sareyett– Ramallah, Saal Biennal- Tallinn, Parallele Festival- Marseille, all’interno del progetto More Than This - Creative Europe.