On a small platform, performance artist Viktor Černický dives resolutely into infinite construction, reconstruction and deconstruction of the universe. The outcome is a clever and playful solo, a physical metaphor for endless human dynamics, patience and striving that turns even the most ordinary objects into incredible pieces of architecture.
Inspired by the baroque philosopher Gottfried Willhelm Leibniz’ physics principles, PLI is an unpredictable and humorous performance where robustness is replaced with spatial simplicity and material minimalism.
Important: This show will be played through a virtual reality headset. The event will take place in The Place theatre. Click HERE to find out more.
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This is a virtual reality performance that will take place in The Place theatre.
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About Viktor Černický
Viktor Černický creates works which spans the fine line between dance, performance, circus, and physical theatre. He leads the long-term research project The Body as Object / The Object as Body, which explores the dynamics of relationships between objects and the individuality of the performer.
This event is part of Aerowaves' Springback Ringside.
Artists presented in the framework of Aerowaves, Co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union
Times: 7pm & 9pm
Duration: 40 mins
Venue: at The Place
This event is part of Autumn Season 2021