we can also work with the space - you go here. i am here. now i move over there. look over there... relationships through position and change of position
11:40 this is something that tanzLaboratorium was working with (though in my absence). how to have a conversation where you signal that you have something to say by changing your position in relation to the other who you wish to speak to
thinking that we could be on as well as off stage, changing that, mixing with the audience. i always enjoyed thinking of someone from the audience, like rashkovetsky, who would say no no no, it was not like this
this could also engage the public directly to interject their questions - if for example, members of our group are sitting in the same chairs with the "audience" .... but there have to be some rules/limits for who and how moves onto stage or interrupst 11:44
then we have to invite those people who can "correct" us or have some definite opinion/view on this situation 11:45
what about lesya zajac - o.gnilitsky's partner? does she live in berlin? i remember i saw nikita talking to her in kyiv recently
at some point we thought of it as an "extended staged discussion" but i think the nice things is also that we have the freedom to negotiate if we need rules and how different formats relate to each other
i more thought of it as a possible function, it is as valuable if someone asks "I don't get it, why is this golosy so important?" 11:48
or for instance, I remember we made this little first ccck broshure and i was so happy with it, the design etc. and i gave it to someone mari who said "but they are all complaining!" i never looked at it like that
11:51 what's interesting is that BOTH these functions - the "wait, i remember it differently" and the outside questions/comments - are also functions that we should perform within the group even before we present to an "outside" audience

25.09.11 10:58 But interpretator is the most important in this case - different interpretators may make different ideas about what happend
25.09.11 10:59 yes, totally. it is a question of re-narrating
25.09.11 10:59 We choose the detiles. But we choose from the existing list of detiles
25.09.11 10:59 but we also make a list
25.09.11 11:02 and each person who narrates a story ... here is an idea - having several people narrate the same event, it could be some of us, it could also be the memory of someone present in the event (via printed interview or text or current recorded interview)
25.09.11 11:03 you (to AZ) become a carrier. and this ukr history is dispersed among a small group of living carriers right now. and it's interesting how the stories keep dispersing...


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