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In the online series of Rehearsing the Revolution SPACE invites guests to unveil reality through fiction.

We engage ourselves in visionary fiction to peek beyond the current world, challenging mainstream power dynamics and ideals, making new just worlds as tangible as possible. As we immerse in the storytelling, we exercise new ways of connecting to others, humans and other lifeforms, nature, the commons, past and future.

Guided by Petra Ardai and Jörgen [UNOM] Gario and illustrated by Stella de Kort we will embark on this journey together with both guests and you, the passengers.

 

In this first chapter Bright Richards (actor, director of New Dutch Connections and the Future Academies for (ex-)refugees) and Brian Fitzgerald (Senior Story-Hacker at Dancing Fox and former activist at Greenpeace) will take off from the idea that stories make up the world. We are entangled in a web of narratives and often loose track of our own. How to sink the murky and reclaim ownership of hopeful new futures? How do we decolonize the narrative?

In the 2nd chapter of How Stories Make Up the World, Robin Tinkhof (theatre maker and freelance drama teacher and co-creator of Rhythm of the Roots) & Mariëlle van Sauers (writer, philosopher, teacher, theatre maker and actor) will take off from the idea that stories make up the world. We are entangled in a web of narratives and often lose track of our own. How do we stay true to the story of our ancestors? How to fight historic amnesia? What is our legacy and responsibility? How to sink the murky and reclaim ownership of hopeful new futures?

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