Teatro della Terra Alienata

Antonio Giráldez, Pablo Ibáñez (eds.)

Halfway between theory-fiction, speculative fabulation, audiovisual research, and dramaturgy, Teatro Della Terra Alienata stages a fictional scenario of territorial secession. The book addresses the urgency raised by the United Nations’ IPCC report published in 2018, which framed the decay of the Great Barrier Reef as part of a wicked problem that demands radical political actions, along with new imaginaries and aesthetic paradigms. The project proposes a re-appropriation, expansion, and concatenation of existing technologies of surveillance and environmental management embedded in the life cycles of the reef, as well as the infrastructures of extraction existing in the region. Inspired by the Xenofeminist Manifesto, Teatro turns these technologies into the poetic arsenal for a rational, universalist project of emancipation, “cutting across race, ability, economic standing, and geographical position.”

Bartlebooth 2022 / editores: Antonio Giráldez, Pablo Ibáñez / autores: Amaia Sánchez-Velasco, Jorge Valiente Oriol, Gonzalo Valiente Oriol (GRANDEZA), Miguel Rodríguez-Casellas (BAJEZA) + Cigdem Aydemir, Shoufay Derz, Janet Laurence, Patricia Reed, Marcelo López-Dinardi / 210 × 148 / 248p / EN / isbn: 978-84-124970-2-1


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