Ilze Wolff testing ideas collaboratively in Season 4 workshops
Ilze will perform Vi die wat wil wiet / for those who need knowing in the Season
Physical collaborations on the piece come in the form of musicologist Cara Stacey with whom Wolff has co-composed a musical soundscape taken from film and audio footage gathered as part of research interventions and archival documentation. Theatre-maker Francesco Nassimbeni, contributed in the form of collaboration with drawings and in a visual response to Wolff’s research and visual style, adding to the piece’s overarching theme of lightness and darkness
While Vi die wat wil wiet / for those who need knowing presents itself in the form of a lecture, various anecdotal and eccentric elements, as well as the production of the accompanying pumflet give the piece its true shape, allowing for Wolff’s research to reach audiences in varying degrees of interpretation.
COLLABORATORS | Amie Soudien (co-researcher and publication contributor), Cara Stacey (musician and composer), Francesco Nassimbeni (theatre consultant)
ASSOCIATED INSTITUTIONS | Wolff Architects and UWC Centre for Humanities Research
WRITING | Dave Mann
PHOTOGRAPHER | Zavanai Matangi