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Digital theater. A never-performed workers’ play. An online mini-series. A 15-fragment film.
A healthy person has a thousand wishes, a sick person has only one!
What are we regardless of flags, what are we when we try to live in the spirit of globality and openness, a spirit that certainly connects us to other people more than any flag or anthem?
What can be celebrated when nothing can be celebrated? What can be done when nothing can be done?
A tour through the ruins of the never-finished University Hospital Zagreb. For the first time, the citizens of Zagreb and all those interested could explore the skeleton-frame of the building with expert guidance and a presentation of the results of research on both the beginning and the collapse of this colossal healthcare project.
Since none of the authorities took responsibility for the dilapidated condition of Badel, the visitors did it themselves: they entered the space and participated in the activity at their own responsibility.
Good day and welcome to the action FIRESTARTER by MONTAЖ$TROJ. Dear visitors, right before you, on the slopes of Zagreb's hill Sljeme, you can observe the place that this country, its economy and business, its present and future. We repeat: the place that this country, its economy and business, its present and future.
It is easier for us to imagine the end of the world than the end of capitalism. We repeat! It is easier for us to imagine the end of the world than the end of capitalism!
To battle! To ranks! For MONTAЖ$TROJ!
You will learn the rules. You will learn the spoken rules and the implied rules. You will learn the rules and their exceptions. Become an adjusted member of society.
Bahluli, Bilen, Budimir, Burić, Ćuk, Dedić, Džeba, Kovačić, Krasniqi, Mioč, Muzler, Penović, Pokrovac, Prša, Rodić, Sliško, Šakota, Šobot, Šiškić, Tači, Vrdoljak, Zahirović, Zečević. This list of names verifies that Zagreb has significantly more people linked with crime ending up in the crime coverage news than in prison. The out-of-theater adventure ZAGREB BY NIHGT begins exactly one minute before midnight and does not guarantee the viewers' safety.
What do an American woman recognizing herself in the Croatian identity, an Iraqi TV-reporter with the world's most expensive shoes, a controversial artist who ends up in the psychiatry ward due to his heroic exposure to danger and an embittered veteran in a desperate action to realize his denied rights have in common? To be more precise – what do Julienne Eden Bušić, Chris Burden, Muntadhar al-Zaid and Robert Kralj share? What is the connection between taboo, tajna (secret), taik, technology, television, territory, theater, theory, Tito, transition, tourism, trenutak (moment), tolerance and tactics? This shamelessly named performance offers that exact link: the T-factor. T-factor avoids definitions. T-factor acts much like pornography: you know it when you see it!