PANDORA 88
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10th Anniversary Fabrik Potsdam: Pandora88


Boxed in, claustrophobic... inspired!

On the scale of human phobias, the fear of being trapped in a small space ranks pretty high. As for being holed up indefinitely, it’s hard to imagine. In Pandora 88 a box, barely 1.5 m2, encapsulates the shared experiences of two young men (Wolfgang Hoffmann and Sven Till) who clearly would not choose such intimacy. Their steel-riveted prison is their living room, bedroom and exercise yard, their only source of light and sound, and a screen for memories of lives they struggle to remember. Exploring the spatial limits of their prison in more ways than I’d thought possible, and helped by minimal dialogue, the pair reveals their changing states of mind with devastating clarity. Rage, despair, violence and listlessness, fits of crazy hope and hallucination jostle for precedence as they adjust to an existence whose physical pressures are all too real but whose psychological traps are unknowable.
(Jenny Gilbert)

Idea: Wolfgang Hoffmann, Sven Till, Andrew Dawson
Lighting design and scenery: Raiko Epperlein
Costumes: Silvia Fischer
Music: Matthias Herrmann
Assistant: Toni Mira
Director of lighting and sound: Jens Siewert

Choreography and dance: Wolfgang Hoffmann, Sven Till
Director: Andrew Dawson

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