Res publica, interdisciplinary collective gathering actors, musicians, dancers of various european origins. Founded in 1996 by Wolf Ka and Fabrice Vincent, the collective develops creations between dance, theatre, performance and installations that question the notion of 'audience' in western society. The collective investigates the scene as a space of representation/ relation between actor - scene and the public, creating scenic disposals by considering what the notion of "public/audience" means today. In their latest creations, the collective makes use of new technologies so as to question the communication aspect of the scene at the digital age.
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