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FTP: Aneta Panek – Alchemy of Punk

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Start:
Mar 3, 2017
End:
Mar 3, 2017
Venue:
Segal Theatre
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4:00pm – 4:15pm
Aneta PanekAlchemy of Punk (Germany, 2017)
15 minutes (Work-in-progress) | Segal Theatre
German, Italian, and English with English Subtitles www.anetapanek.net

Alchemy of Punk is a punk opera; a groundbreaking extravaganza, bringing together the greatest voices of classical opera, punk and industrial rock in an explosive spectacle, melting together theatrical and musical experience, video installation and live performance. Featuring the star soprano Simone Kermes, along with underground diva Mona Mur and the legend of industrial music En Esch (exKMFDM), and many other great luminaries. An avant-garde video-installation.

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Aneta Panek was born in Warsaw. She studied art history at the University Paris 4 Sorbonne, where she particularly worked on the questions of transmediality in the arts, the uncanny in media and artistic exchanges between the three countries: France, Germany and Poland. Her documentary My Heaven is Full of Music was enclosed 2011 in the collection of the Museum Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. At present, Aneta Panek lives and works in Berlin, as experimental film-maker. Her work, based on “other knowledge” and artistic research, is about the necessity of visualization and associative speculation in formulating and deconstructing theories and questioning reality. Her particular interests are alchemy, transmutation, subversion, and rebellion as means of self-liberation and self-discovery.

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