Spend some time in an unexpected space
Exit the room wrapped up as the unofficial second opening event of kliker festival, but one that was more constructed as a happening for audiences to walk by and spend some time in an unexpected space, rather than attending a fixed performance. The group was centered at the place in front of the city’s municipal theatre, where the festival had its official opening in the evening. The group took over the creative designing of the public space and built different new spots to hang out, such as a bench that people could paint on, a pavillon to sit in the shadow and eat fruits or bean bags to make themselves comfortable in their own way. There were some activities offered by the group for the people in Varazdin to create a small festival inside the festival moment, so people could get kids make up for free or read texts about the project. During this open space, some participants created live moments: One group made a puppetry dance performance. They made interviews with people in Graz, in which they had asked them about their dreams. They then recreated those dreams by narrating them to the audiences and created dance moves to underline the narration. Another group made a performance in the fountain, where they played statues. The dove into the water and made a piece of art out of themselves that was added to the city space. Another group had focussed on poems that they read out loud with a microphone and created an audio landscape that people could also join in at any time.
Performance: Chiara Aprea, Sunčica Bandić, Judith Bethke,
Josip Bišćan, Anna Eibel, Laurens Gujber, Tim Habe, Natalia-Danai Koutrolikou, Isaak Kudaschov, Karla Mitrović, Hannah Patricia Müller, Bex Pattison, Vicky Prägant, Feline Przyborowski, Emma Barbara Rose, Klarisse Roth, Jura Ruža, Karla Špiranec, Anabela Sulić, Ruth Süpple,
Coaching: Andreas Flick, Sanja Frühwald, Sara Gröning