HOW IT HAS TO BE - Francesca Lolli, Julia Wertheimer, Rahman Hak-Hagir (2014)
[Video Performance | 2:05 min.]
"For those who stubbornly seek freedom around the world, there can be no more urgent task than to come to understand the mechanisms and practices of indoctrination. These are easy to perceive in the totalitarian societies, much less so in the propaganda system to which we are subjected and in which all too often we serve as unwilling or unwitting instruments."
- Noam Chomsky
"Per quelli che ostinatamente cercano la libertà nel mondo, non esiste bisogno più urgente di comprendere il meccanismo e le pratiche dell'indottrinamento. Queste sono facili da individuare nelle società totalitarie, molto meno nel sistema di propaganda del quale siamo soggetti e del quale tutti troppo spesso siamo strumenti involontari o inconsapevoli".
- Noam Chomsky
Camera & Postproduction: Francesca Lolli
Spoken by: Francesca Lolli & M.D. Semih Piskin
Thanks to: Rainer Kriesch & The Other Society
Francesca Lolli (October 4, 1976) is an Italian Perugia-born performance artist, actress and scenographer who currently lives and works in Milano. After graduating at 'Teatro Arsenale' she attended the 'Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera', graduating magna cum laude as a scenographer. Since 2012 she is focussing into performance & video art. Her work is focussing on gender- and socio-political issues.
Rahman Hak-Hagir (May 15, 1972) is an Austrian-born Vienna-based half-Afghan conceptual and performance artist who began his career in 1990. Active for two decades in varied fields of art, his work is recently focussing on the conflicting priorities between individual and social environment.
Julia Wertheimer (28th March 1987) is an Austrian-born Vienna-based media artist, conceptual photographer and performance artist who began her career in 2009. She is active in several fields of the arts and considers herself as a cross-media artist. Her work is focussing on socio-political issues.
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