A chaotic assemblage of understanding(s): FOXES - The LUX Institute - 2017

Role: Performer A project created by Liz Rosenfeld with the support of the Goethe Institute In between scenes cards, a beginning, middle and end, narrative arcs and characters, exists a discursive emotional current of a film treatment. Traditionally film treatments are prose explaining basic story of a film, and serve as vessels between scene structure and dialogue. On June 21st, Liz Rosenfeld will present a durational experiment: a performative reading of her first feature film treatment, FOXES. Together with performers Andre Neely and Amélie Roch, over the course of three hours, the film treatment of FOXES, a queer feminist speculative fiction piece, will be performed in LUX’s garden.

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Amélie Roch

  • Theatre-maker

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