Ars Cameralis Silesiae Superioris

The Furnace Symphony — An Industrial Spectacle — INDUSTRIADA 2016

10 June, 2016 | „Elektrownia” Modern Art Gallery

A refined acting, native of commedia dell’arte, impressive scenography inspired by industrial stylistic, sounds, explosions, rough tones and omnipresent fire! 

An unique and extraordinary spectacle of German Titanick Theatre from Münster inaugurated in Czeladz INDUSTRIADA 2016. Titanick Theatre is one of the most intriguing outdoor theatres in Europe. It is most famous of using traditions of commedia dell’arte and circus, enriched with enormous stage solutions. 

„The Furnace Symphony” is one of the latest productions of the German team. Inspired by industrial stylistics and traditions, it brings to mind postindustrial history of Silesian region. Omnipresent fire related directly to foundry furnaces, and sounds, explosions and rough tones reminded familiar noises of work in many industrial places.  Also, the theatre’s scenography had one important ally — industrial scenery of former coal mine Saturn in Czeladz. 

Beside the spectacle, participants of the event could also visit the gallery’s building, watch movies and photographs projections on building’s elevations, listen to concerts of young artists, such as Baasch, Erith, The Party Is Over, as well as participate in workshop for children and relax in the chill zone.

The Start-up of Machines in the „Elektrownia” Modern Art Gallery was a result of collaboration of Silesian Voivodeship, city Czeladz and Cultural Institution Ars Cameralis Silesiae Superioris.

18.30 — Erith concert
19.45 — The Party Is Over concert
21.00 — Baasch concert
22.00 — Furnace Symphony — Industrial Spectacle / Titanick Theatre

18.30—21.00 — Paper legends — workshop for children
18.30—21.30 — Visiting the “Elektrowni” Modern Art Gallery
21.00—23.00 — Industrial legends in movies and photography

Project was supported by city Münster and Ministerium für Familie, Kinder, Jugend, Kultur und Sport des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen.


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