Works of the europefiction group
The europefiction groups Hamm and Budapest created a live performance and two films together:
What is solidarity? What does it mean to us? When – and how? – does it occur? The performers interrogated the concept “solidarity” in everyday life and world affairs. They examined it from different perspectives, from loud protesting against injustice to missing solidarity, tough anti- and shrill pseudo-solidarity on to silent standby. On the europefiction camp in Gelsenkirchen, the groups from Hamm and Budapest presented their performances together.
In the film "Shared Distance", the europefiction groups Hamm and Budapest tell in a mix of fiction and documentation how you can still be together despite social distancing, how you can share emotions and things. In the digital rehearsals, the young people have worked on bringing their thoughts, ideas and visions into an artistic form. "Shared Distance" is still online: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCmVi9vlKPc