Spare Time Work

in the ambit ofFeminist Futures Festival
byburen (Bélgica)
29 jan 2022
sat, 9 PM
Sala Garrett
concept and performance buren — (Oshin Albrecht & Melissa Mabesoone)
music and sound buren & Benne Dousselaere
light design Vera Martins
set design buren, Kato Six 
external eye Charlotte Van den Eynde 
costumes buren & Claudine Grinwis Plaat Stultjes 
2020 team Eva Dermul, Hannah De Meyer, Marthe Thys
executive production manager Famke Dhont 
production buren & workspacebrussels 
co-production PLAYGROUND (STUK & Museum M), workspacebrussels, BUDA, Art Centre Vooruit, KAAP, de Brakke Grond, Kaaitheater, de T H E A T E R M A K E R 
support the Flemish Community, the Flemish Community Commission, and apap – FEMINIST FUTURES, a project co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
Feminist Futures Festival is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. 

+12
 
duration 1h15
In Spare Time Work, buren musically approaches thoughts and ideas on different kinds of labour and leisure. They explore class and growth with the help of characters like Adult Hood and Young, Cleaner, Grown Woman and Office Worker. Drenched in different colour spheres they investigate a variety of (power) relations, economical desires and social realities. All while being surrounded by the inner and outer voices of (personal) histories and radio, internet and television. In what way is our ‘day and age’ telling us what to be, where to stand and what to do? Who is carrying the dogma, codes, laws and what systems are at work?

Performed in English with Portuguese surtitles.
This show is part of the Feminist Futures Festival. More information, here.

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