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2014-09-20

echoes _ Vava Ştefănescu: ...After all by Zita Sándor

A question day (Vava Ştefănescu (RO) ...After all)

Who has the right to make a self-recycling? Who can decide, what is worthy to be recycled?
Is it possible (has it sense) to make a homage for myself? (What’s the point of that?)
What does mean one’s memories to me? One’s memories – how can I connect to them? 
Is it easier to connect to/deal with my memories with the presence of somebody else? With the help of an other body? With the help of somebody else’s eye/hands? 
How memories can change during the process of recalling? What if somebody else does recall my memories?
If I share my memories, will these memories stay only my memories? 
Talking, recalling, replaying, and sharing my memories – until which point these fragments are my memories? Does my memories change when I publish them/I share them with a bigger public? 
Is there a difference between sharing my memories with my friend or with people I don’t know?
Whose memories can be interesting? 
Until which point memories are connecting us – connecting us to our beloved ones?
Memories of a beloved one – can they overwhelm me? 
Until which point can I give my body to somebody else’s memories? 
Is it different “working” from “working with memories”? 
What is the difference between presence and presence of memories?
How much memories are constituting us/me?
Can I have an erotic relation with my past? With my younger body? 
What kind of relation do I have with my younger body? With my younger steps, movements, decisions? 
Do I have a right to offer all my works and memories to one of my student?
Until how can be personal a work? 
Making a piece out of my memories – isn’t it a psychological act/cure? How much is it art and how much is it a therapy? Why – from which point – is it relevant for an audience?
Putting all my memories to somebody’s other hand – isn’t it dangerous?

photo: Szabó Roland www.rolandszabo.cz
Why Carmen have to dance, act and at the same time deal with the technical devices? 
Where is the humor?
What does the hat represents? Do I have to know? 
Do all of those objects on the stage represent something? Are they important? Why? 
Why Carmen is singing?
Why exactly one hour?
Having an aesthetic look of stage – what does it mean? Is it important? 
Does Carmen need so many kinds of skirts and clothes? What does changing clothes mean? 
Sándor Zita - KÖM

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