The action takes place inside the former military prisons of Ljubljana and precisely in one of the cells on the first floor. The audience, initially gathered in the corridor, is invited to enter the cell.
The barred door is only locked when the audience has filled the room. Part of those present are forced into the corridor due to the capacity of the room. The cell can only be opened from the outside.
The action will end as soon as someone expresses the desire to leave the cell.
I begin by talking about freedom: as long as it remains rhetorical, a verbal sign is inconsistent. Freedom means behavior, it means acting on others as on your own body, with the same attention and with the same regard.
The environment is cramped, the distance between individual and individual reduced to a minimum. Elbow to elbow people develop physical / emotional respect for one’s presence as well as for that of others.
Only in this way the melee in the coexistence of the many bystanders is protracted over time: the action is reciprocal as is the perception since everyone constructs the event and everyone attends it.
For an instant the individuals change, they become together.
Instant interpreter and translator, Sara Komavec