25.06-01.07.2007 / 16:00 / Słodownia +2
ARE YOU PHYSICALLY FIT FOR STARY BROWAR?
Learn to deal with the kind of uncomfortable situations that can face an audience member. Take a seat and do the exercises!
ARE YOU MENTALLY FIT FOR STARY BROWAR?
Learn how to overcome all kinds of demanding situations that can occur while watching a show.
ARE YOU EMOTIONALLY FIT FOR STARY BROWAR?
Widen your range of first reactions for after the show. Watch carefully and then try yourself!
ARE YOU VERBALLY FIT FOR STARY BROWAR?
Find the right words to start any kind of conversation. Talk easily to friends, acquaintances and strangers in the foyer. Just repeat the sentences!
ARE YOU SPIRITUALLY FIT FOR STARY BROWAR?
Relax, open up and channel your focus on theatre - you will experience a wonderful evening!
ARE YOU SOCIALLY FIT FOR STARY BROWAR?
Who is who and who is around? Orientate yourself quickly in tonight's crowd!
ARE YOU FIT FOR STARY BROWAR is an interactive audio-visual installation that deals with all kinds of problems connected to visiting a theatre, being part of an audience and with different social aspects of the theatre community. It develops skills that help theatre-goers make their visits more comfortable, satisfying and successful. To achieve this PAK developed special "theatre fitness". Practicing the suggested exercises, visitors can improve their skills in several respects: physical, mental, emotional, verbal, social and spiritual. By doing the exercises people also become performers for others in the foyer.
PAK ("Praxis fur angewandte Kunst"/ "Practice for Applied Art") is a Swiss collective of female artists founded in 2002. The members of PAK (Susan Hengartner, Claudia Thiesen, Daniela Wettstein) have different artistic backgrounds, such as dance, architecture, photography and visual art. PAK practices "applied arts" in a literal way , i.e. in the form of discourse with specific locations, situations or people.