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Picture: Nico Schmied
Report from the Interior by Eliza Rescue Team
Picture: Nico Schmied
Picture: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona
Report from the Interior by Eliza Rescue Team
Picture: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona
Picture: Nico Schmied
Report from the Interior by Eliza Rescue Team
Picture: Nico Schmied
Picture: Nico Schmied
Report from the Interior by Eliza Rescue Team
Picture: Nico Schmied
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Eliza Rescue Team

Report from the Interior

Models of wolves in rigid poses in front of a stage lined with hills. Everything sealed in a box, stopped in a single moment as a window to another world. The project by Eliza Rescue, whose protagonists got to know each other studying theatre in Giessen, deals with museum dioramas that present a life-like excerpt from the habitat of an animal. In this atmospherically dense stage essay, science fiction meets the diorama as a site of longing, a place to make sense of the world. What happens when a human being enters the diorama, or becomes part of a configuration that he can’t control?
Past dates
October 2017
German and English
60 min
Eliza Rescue Team
Arnita Jaunsubrēna, Lea Schneidermann, Kim Willems
In cooperation with
Kristin Gerwien
Production
ehrliche arbeit – freies Kulturbüro
German Premiere October 25 2017
Production: Eliza Rescue Team. Coproduction: HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Treibstoff 2017, Mousonturm (Frankfurt a. M.), Ģertrūdes ielas teātris (Riga). Funded by: Kulturamt Frankfurt am Main, State Culture Capital Foundation Latvia and Körber-Stiftung. Supported by: zeitraumexit Mannheim.