The subject of the first work-in-progress version of the project FRAGILE was a Biblical myth in which the persecutor of Christians, Saul, experiences a conversion in his encounter with the one he’s prosecuting, and becomes St. Paul, the founder of the Christian church. MOBILE SECTIONS consisted of dance sequences played by 7 performers from 4 different countries. The Biblical myth combined with the cultural differences, barriers and identities was embodied in the fragility of the human flesh exposed under the beam of light of a single limelight. The physical weakness is a metaphor for the fragility of a human being in general, and especially its identity. The project was realized for the Croatian selection of the 6th Bagnolet Rencontres festival, and was presented in Zagreb and Rotterdam as part of the Dutch Dance Platform festival.
Direction: Borut Šeparović and Tamara Huilmand / Dramaturgy and theoretical support: Goran Sergej Pristaš / Assistant: Damir Klemenić / Performers: Guttorm Andersen, Irma Baatje, Tamara Huilmand, Peter Kho Sien Kie, Damir Klemenić, Edvin Liverić, Regina Magnus, Marte Roed / Music: Richard Einhorn / Lighting and stage design: Borut Šeparović / Costume design: Katija Šircelj / Graphic design: Dejan Kršić / Photography: Renata Škrinar / Executive producer: Bojan Gagić / Sponsors: Items informacijske tehnologije, Croatia Airlines, Kerschoffset / Project was supported by: City of Zagreb, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia, CDU – Center for Dramatic Arts, Matra – Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands, City of Bergen, APEXchanges – European Cultural Foundation – Amsterdam / Production: MONTAЖ$TROJ, St. Zuil Van Volta (Breda, NL)