“all inclusive” is a performance about the aestheticisation of violence. In his new work, Julian Hetzel continues his critical research on warfare by examining the paradoxical principle of “creation through destruction” and the explosive force of image wars. While the destruction of monuments and images have become tools of strategic warfare, the museum became an extension of the battlefield. Here, violence is transformed into art and turned into products for tourist consumption. What if the souvenirs are actually trophies?
“all inclusive” juxtaposes art and war, tourists and refugees, reality and imagination in a journey through a temporary exhibition space. The audience is invited to watch a visit through a museum where reality strikes back.
German premiere on October 24, 2018
In english language
ca. 2:00, no break
Kristien de Proost, Edoardo Ripani, Geert Belpaeme
Nayar Al Hindawi, Ghazal Alhamwi, Sally Al Hindawi, Bayan Aljeratly, Yasser Almarhe, Yasser Al-Saadi, Omar Chaleh, Fidel Karanib, Saad Yaghi, Fahed Youseef as local guests
Dramaturgy: Miguel Angel Melgares
Artistic consulting: Sodja Lotker
Costumes: Anne-Catherine Kunz
Production assistance: Sabine Mangeleer
Technique: Korneel Coessens, Piet Depoortere
You can find an interview with Julian Hetzel about his performance “all inclusive” here
A production by CAMPO Gent in co-production with Schauspiel Leipzig, Frascati Amsterdam, Münchner Kammerspiele and Stichting Ism & Heit Utrecht.