Zamenhof Project

Breaking the Codes

In this large-scale, 1,5h long interdisciplinary piece inspired by the ideas and the life of a linguistic genius Ludwik Zamenhof, Bielski constructs a world which surprises, challenges and confuses. The international cast, consisting of actors, musicians and dancers who between them speak seven languages, involves the audience in an exploration of communication (or miscommunication) and language. An event in which music and visual elements such as theater, contemporary dance, installation, video, set design, costumes and light are completely integrated. The traditional separation of stage and audience is also totally deconstructed.

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Credits

Concept, Composition, Text, Installations Design, Artistic & Production Leader
Jerzy Bielski
(Final) Stage Direction:
Frances Sanders
Choreography:
Sandra Abouav
(Initial) Stage Direction:
Laura Jakschas
Set Design, Costumes, Installations:
Karolina Maksimowicz
Light Design:
Thomas Brand
Video, Installations:
Felix de Bousies
Audio, Video, Live Electronics:
Tatiana Rosa

Voice & Movement

Richard Dubelski (France)
Eva Layla Schipper (Netherlands)
Felix de Bousies (Belgium/Greece)
Akim Moiseenkov (Netherlands)
Pawel Chomczyk (Poland)
Claire Malchrowicz (France)
Kirstine Lindemann (Denmark)
Piano, MIDI-keyboard (Asko|Schönberg – K[h]AOS): Tim Sabel Percussion, Drums (Asko|Schönberg – K[h]AOS): Noè Rodrigo Gisbert Guitars: Jerzy Bielski

Production assistant: Matthijs Mantel

Main partner

Gaudeamus

Other partners & co-producers

Performing Arts Foundation NL (Fonds Podiumkunsten), Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst, Asko|Schönberg, Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ, Intro, Warsaw Autumn (Warschau, Polen), Adam Mickiewicz Institute, Amsterdamse Bostheater, Muziekhuis Utrecht, Theatre Institute (Polen), Universal World Esperanto Association, Esperanto Nederland (Rotterdam), Academie voor Theater en Dans (Amsterdam), Centre for Contemporary Art – CSW Zamek Ujazdowski (Warschau, Polen), City Theatre in Kielce (Polen), Białystok Esperanto Assotiation, Grupa Coincidentia (Polen)No-One Show takes a viewer on a virtual, audiovisual journey through a world dominated by systems of algorithms and codes, to rediscover the essence of being human. It allows one to immerse in parallel realities and to witness the competition between human and AI happening in front of our eyes.

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