To what extent does daily performance reflect our identity and values? Is self-expression in everyday life a work of art? Is it possible to tackle everyday performance artistry? Is it possible to define the aesthetic part of self-expression? What do we want others to see when we perform our daily roles? What makes our true selves authentic? And how does a person make out of daily life a form of survival?
Dramatization of Everyday Life aims to engage with these questions by casting private, daily life into a public space. The immersive reality theater performance will see a large furniture hall transformed into a theater where the public can roam between artistic, cultural and live performances.