„1914/2014 – Bojno polje sjećanja“

Pozorišni projekat „Bojno polje sjećanja“ pokrenuli su Goethe-Instituti u Jugoistočnoj Evropi u saradnji s pozorištem „Hebel am ufer“ iz Berlina, Sarajevskim ratnim teatrom iz Sarajeva i Centrom za kulturnu dekontaminaciju iz Beograda.

Predstava „Bojno polje sjećanja 1914/2014“ premijerno će biti prikazan u Berlinu 11. juna 2014., nakon čega slijedi 6 repriznih igranja. Bosanskohercegovačka premijera predstave bit će održana u sklopu Internacionalnog teatarskog festivala MESS, a planirano je i igranje predstave i u okviru BITEF-a u Beogradu. Prezentacija projekta pred sarajevskom publikom održana je 02. maja u SARTR-u.

Kakva su sjećanja na Prvi svjetski rat? Sto godina nakon izbijanja ovog sukoba Hans-Verner Krezinger i Regine Dura pripremili su na inicijativu Goethe-Instituta pozorištni projekat „1914/2014 – Bojno polje sjećanja“. Njihov projekat Prvi svjetski rat sagledava iz različitih perspektiva, dajući riječ po jednom bosanskom, srpskom, turskom, austrijskom i njemačkom scenskom umjetniku, koji onda jedni drugima pričaju svoje priče/historije „iz kofera“.

Učestvuju: Benjamin Bajramović, Damjan Kecojević, Lajos Talamonti, Armin Wieser
Režija: Hans-Werner Kroesinger
Dramaturgija/Open Spaces: Regine Dura
Scenograf/Kostimograf: Valerie von Stillfried, Dominik von Stillfried
Majstor ton: Daniel Dorsch
Majstor svjetla: Thomas Schmidt
Asistent režije: Gregor Schuster
Tehnički asistent: Doreen Back
Production manager: Maria Kusche

Izložba Regine Dura “Open Spaces”
Kao prateći program uz predstavu bit će predstaveljena izložba Regine Dura “Open Spaces” koja prati nastanak prati nastanak projekta “Bojno polje sjećanja” u Istanbulu, Sarajevu i Beogradu. Nakon premijere Hans-Werner Kroesinger će govoriti o nastanku predstave, a u razgovoru učestvuju  Borka Pavićević, direktorica Centra za kulturnu dekontaminaciju u Beogradu i direktor Sarajevskog ratnog teatra – SARTR Nihad Kreševljaković. Događaj će moderirati publicist Boris Buden.

Autori projekta Hans-Werner Kroesinger i Regine Dura. Koprodukcija: Goethe-Institut, HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Centar za kulturnu dekontaminaciju (Belgrade) i Sarajevski ratni teatar SARTR (Sarajevo). Finansiran od strane Hauptstadtkulturfonds.

Galerija sa fotografijama sa prezentacije u SARTR-u: http://www.klix.ba/vijesti/kultura/prezentacija-bojnog-polja-sjecanja-u-sartr-privukla-brojne-goste/140503016

http://english.hebbel-am-ufer.de/

Premiere “1914/2014 – Battlefield of memory ”:
Wed 11.06.2014, 20:00

Performances:
Fri 13.06.2014, 19:00 / Sat 14.06.2014, 20:00 / Sun 15.06.2014, 20:00 / Wed 18.06.2014, 20:00 / Thu 19.06.2014, 20:00 / Fri 20.06.2014, 20:00 / Sat 21.06.2014, 20:00

When one thinks about the First World War in Germany, the reference points are primarily the battlefields on the Western Front. Schlachtfeld Erinnerung 1914/2014 (Battlefield of Memory 1914/2014) changes the viewpoint, examining the different national historiographies in Yugoslavia, later Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as in Turkey, Germany and Austria. What is remembered where and how? What images of the enemy get constructed, and what figures of identification? What role did these play in the recent way in the former Yugoslavia?

Director Hans-Werner Kroesinger and filmmaker Regine Dura conducted research, commissioned by the Goethe Institut in Belgrade, Istanbul and Sarajevo, placing the different perspectives side by side. What is remembered and how? Which images of the enemy get constructed, and which figures of identification? What role did they play in the recent war in the former Yugoslavia?

With: Benjamin Bajramović, Damjan Kecojević, Lajos Talamonti, Armin Wieser
Direction: Hans-Werner Kroesinger
Dramaturgy/Open Spaces: Regine Dura
Stage/Costume design: Valerie von Stillfried, Dominik von Stillfried
Sound: Daniel Dorsch
Light design: Thomas Schmidt
Assistant director: Gregor Schuster
Assistant equipment: Doreen Back
Production managment: Maria Kusche

Exhibition: Open Spaces by Regine Dura
“Open Spaces” provides public access to the research process “1914/2014 – Battlefield of memory ” in Istanbul, Belgrade and Sarajevo, presenting it together with works from the Istanbul workshop “Narrating War”.

Following the performance on June 13, Hans-Werner Kroesinger will speak about the genesis of the play with the directors of the production venues in Belgrade and Sarajevo: the theatre scholar Borka Pavićević, director of the Centre for Cultural Contamination in Belgrade, and the documentary filmmaker and director of the Sarajevo War Theatre (SARTR) Nihad Kreševljaković. The event will be moderated by the cultural scholar and publicist Boris Buden.

A project by Hans-Werner Kroesinger and Regine Dura. Co-production: Goethe-Institut, HAU Hebbel am Ufer, Center for Cultural Decontamination (Belgrade) and Sarajevo War Theater SARTR (Sarajevo). Funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds.

Photo gallery from the presentation at SARTR: http://www.klix.ba/vijesti/kultura/prezentacija-bojnog-polja-sjecanja-u-sartr-privukla-brojne-goste/140503016

 http://english.hebbel-am-ufer.de/