A B O U T
‘'The Ravenous Flight of Misanthropy' is a dislocated struggle of human identity that questions the existence of one man and his tormented obsession. Riddled with crimes of passion and sacrificial guilt the work has been inspired by Canadian writer Margaret Atwood's poem "Eating the Birds" and is a solitary pilgrimage of distain for humanity, plagued by futile love and temptation of a gluttonous carnal desire for transformation and freedom from himself.'
C R E D I T S
Jacqueline Hamelink performs J.S. Bach solo suites
Set / Sculpture design:
Joss Carter / Jan Zobel / Bart Verzellenberg
Approx. Full Length Duration: 25 minutes
Approx. Extract Duration: 10 - 20 minutes
C O P R O D U C E D / S U P P O R T E D BY
U.K: VIVID PROJECTS
Netherlands: T.R.A.S.H., De NWE Vorst Theater, United-C
S P E C I A L T H A N K S TO
T.R.A.S.H., Jan Zobel, De NWE Vorst Theater, Jacqueline Hamelink, Karen Storey, George Bills, VIVID, Bernadette Louise, Curtis Brown Group Ltd, O. W. Toad, Peter Stainer, United-C, Iksperiment.
'The Ravenous Flight of Misanthropy' was first created/performed under the working title 'MAN-BIRD'.
Margaret Atwood's 'Eating the Birds' has been: "Reproduced with permission of Curtis Brown Group Ltd, London on behalf of O. W. Toad. Copyright © O. W. Toad 2006."
JOSS CARTER STRONGLY STATE THAT NO ANIMALS WERE HARMED OR KILLED FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF THIS PRODUCTION. ALL ANIMALS HAVE BEEN ETHICALLY SOURCED.
P E R F O R M A N C E A R C H I V E
26.01.2013 - DE NWE VORT THEATER, TILBURG, NL
18.02.2012 - DEATHTRIPPING, VIVID PROJECTS, BIRMINGHAM, UK