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Andorra

Brazil 2018, performance

Directed by Nina DeLudemann

What does "Andorra" mean? “Andorra” is a concept, in fact, the essence of a concept, if you know what that means”, says the doctor in the homonymous play by Swiss writer Max Frisch. Literary critic Joachim Kaiser wrote "Andorra is the name of a model: it presents the process of a change in consciousness".

The first action that started the project to occupy the wall of the Goethe-Institut with the objective of promoting art in the public space was subject to strong negative criticism and censorship, but it also had the support of important institutions and people working in the artistic scene and defenders of freedom of speech.

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Max Frisch

Nina DeLudemann

Amanda Gatti Ana Pessoto, Jennifer Ribeiro, Jonathan Pinheiro, Ketelin Abbady, Laura Garrido, Lucas Prado, Marina Fervenza, Marina Pizatto, Marlon Quadros, Maurício Estrázulas, Patricia Leonardelli, Rebecca Rodrigues, Riecardo Zigomático, Sandro Aliprandini, Tiago Schmidt, Vicente Vargas

Goethe-Institut Porto Alegre

Pedro Mendes, Fábio Alt

Alexandre Dill

  • Goethe-Institut (2018) - Porto Alegre/Brazil

Photo by Pedro Mendes

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Photo by Pedro Mendes
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