Words fail me endeavors to explore „the word“ and „the symbol“ throughout different media and various artistic expressions. This performance event is structured around three points which create the podium where the language exists, metamorphosing and disappearing by means of various artistic qualities and sensibilities. These points are the philosophical writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein, short stories and poems by Neva Lukić and performance pieces by Cathleen Owens, Katerina Sidorova and Masaaki Oyamada (performed by Judith Moss).
Masaaki Oyamada (performed by Judith Moss)
When language is transformed into something else, we allow ourselves to communicate other source of dimension. When language becomes a pigment, drawing becomes a listing or conversation.
I was fascinated by the idea of Masaaki to transform language. As with LUDIC collective we are also constantly trying to unlearn and transform. We touched ever so briefly on language, so by working with Masaaki on this matter gave me a nice new insight to share in our collective.