investigation about borders between private and public space
Research into the borders separating private and public space
Public space/ Private space / intimacy...
What do these words mean for us now, in an age when new technologies such as public surveillance, the internet and social networks blur the borders between individual and shared spheres?
Blurring circus, dance and physical theater, the site Specific project OK(N)o questions the very notions of private and public space, attempting to identify the place where individual freedom can be found within these two areas.
OK(N)o is meant to be shown in a variety of indoor and outdoor environments and in different cities under various forms. It plays with the idea of observing and being observed, which includes putting the audience in a position of both the observer and the observed and creating a «mise en abîme.»
concept: Stéphanie NDuhirahe, Morgane Widmer (Cie Pieds Perchés)
on stage: Stéphanie NDuhirahe, Morgane Widmer + invited performers
collaborators: Filip Zahradnický, Michaela Stará, Cécile Da Costa, Daniel Kvašňovšký, Jana Ryšlavá, Lucie NDuhirahe, Marina Mezzogiorno, Brown, Lili Parson, Chloé Démétriadès, Phillipe Droz, Elsa Bouchez
outside eye: Lukáš Karásek
music: Roman Džačár
video design: Dsu Ranger
producer: Hedvika Zýková,
supported by: Hlavní město Praha, Ministerstvo kultury ČR, Cirqueon, KD Mlejn, Depo2015, La ville de Nyon, Région de Nyon, Studio PRÁM, EEEEH! La Grenette, Studio Alta, Cooltour, Embassy of the Czech Republic in Bern, Státní fond kultury ČR