An audiovisual performance in which the authors deal with the creation of harmony and its subsequent destruction. Vibration and shadow-play are the main components of the whole project that uses the synchronization of objects, movement, light and sound. It is an experiment that seeks harmony leading to the destruction of itself. The question remains as to whether it will ultimately arrive at harmonic destruction or destructive harmony.
Concept & sound: Petr Krušelnický
Objects: Jan Zdvořák
Video: Marek Havlíček
Photo: Markéta Bendová
Premiere: 14. 9. 2023, Alfred ve dvoře, Praha
Petr Krušelnický (1977) aka Krusha graduated from the Duncan Centre Dance Conservatory and studied non-verbal theatre with Prof. Ctibor Turba. In 1998 he received the Alfred Radok Award for Talent of the Year. He was a member of the Alfred ve dvoře Mime Theatre company and the Grotest Maru (DE) theatre group, and with Helene Kvint he founded the Antena theatre group. He has worked with Mino Tanaka, Griftheater and many others. In addition to experimental theatre, he is active in lighting design, VJ-ing, sound production and audiovisual installations. With Apolena Vanišová, he created, among other productions, the electromechanical object performance Kračun, combining new technologies and expressive means of traditional theatre, which won the honour of the festival ...příští vlna/next wave...and the Theatre Newspaper Award in the Puppet and Art Theatre category.
Supported by: hlavní město Praha, Ministerstvo kultury, státní fond kultury ČR, Městská část Praha 7