“I wish that I could wake up with amnesia
And forget about the stupid little things
Like the way it felt to fall asleep next to you
And memories I never can escape”
(Amnesia: "5 Seconds of Summer")
What we remember changes over time. Trauma sometimes takes time to re-surface. Some memories simply fade over time, some of them disappear completely, while some of them can’t be shaken, even if we wanted to. However, some of our memories get rewritten as soon as we have new information;
Here, we want to look at a collection of memories and the way their narratives have changed over the years.
This work explores the limits of what we can remember and the fragility of memory through autobiographical and pop-cultural material.
Performance with Lotte Krüger and Laura Nikolich
In cooperation with Hessian Theater Academy (HTA)
Trigger warning: Substance abuse, eating disorders, body image, SA, self-harm, suicide
Duration 90min, no intermission.
The perfomance will be in english.
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