War and Love

© Christian Ariel Heredia

War and Love is a durational performance about the relationship between fighting and masculinity. The piece examines where male competitiveness arise and how it can transform into brute aggression. We are inquiring the social mechanism that binds the two together and affects the way we can experience masculinity. It is an exploration of our innate desire for physical intensity and of our lust for empathic destruction.

© Christian Ariel Heredia

Concept: Matan Levkowich

Creation and Performance: Yali Rivlin and Matan Levkowich

Outside Eye: Claire Lefèvre

Sound Concept: Lukas Froschauer

Production Managment: Sophie Schmeiser

Co-production: Himalaya Project and WUK performing arts. With the kind support of the city of Vienna's department of Cultural Affairs and Huggy Bears 2018.

Duration: 120 Minutes