• Black Box teater
  • Oslo Internasjonale Teaterfestival
  • 8.–17. March 2018
  • Performances, installations, talks,
    seminars and festival club
  • A-project (NO/IT)
  • A-project#2
  • Thursday 8, 19:00–19:45, 22:00–22:45
  • Friday 9, 19:00–19:45

Initiated by Norwegian artist Eivind Reierstad (aka. Ane Lan) A-project is a series of investigations of collective cultural sub-­currents through a re-enactment of various occult rituals, symbols and staging that relate to a specific political or social issue.

A-project #2 invites the audience to experience a unique hallucinatory experience inside the tomb of the afro-­Brazilian, Matumbo Ono Satis, the founder of the “Templo do Sangue das Plantas”, (the temple for the “blood” of plants), where elements from the dream-time journeys of the Amazonian Indians are combined with voodoo rituals, New Age ideas and 70’s science fiction to create a new human being in a pact with the laws of nature. A-project #2 looks to find a collective understanding of South America’s colonial past that explores the mixing of religions, racial ideology and the development of modern medical science.

  • Created by: Eivind Reierstad, Orthographe, Nasser Mhend, Giovanni Cavalcoli, Raimunda Carvalho Flôres and Mirto Baliani
  • Co-produced by: BIT Teatergarasjen (Bergen)
  • Supported by Norsk Kulturråd, Fond for Lyd og Bilde
  • Premiered at BIT Teatergarasjen (Bergen) in November 2017