"Gojnormativity. Why we need to talk differently about anti-Semitism"

Arpentage is a method of self-empowerment and self-defense through collective reading, analysis and retelling of political literature. At the performance, a book is divided up, read, replayed and discussed on the basis of personal experiences and stories. The audience is invited to participate and contribute. Watching and listening is of course also possible.

On December 15, we will read together "Gojnormativity. Why we need to talk differently about anti-Semitism". "Gojnormativity" takes a new look at the fight against anti-Semitism in our post-colonial present and can help us to get out of deadlocked discussions, especially today. The book will be made available. No prior knowledge is required.

Language: German

By & with Noah Engweiler,  Ketty Ghnassia, Lukas Kubik, Timo Krstin, Maude Hélène Vuilleumier

Concept & artistic direction Ketty Ghnassia and Timo Krstin
Scenography & costumes Maude Hélène Vuilleumier 
artistic collaboration Noah Engweiler
Production management Lukas Kubik

A production of cie la mêlée In co-production with Konzeptbüro, Rote Fabrik and in cooperation with Theater Neumarkt
Supported by Stadt Zürich Kultur, Migros Kulturprozent, Cassinelli-Vogel-Stiftung, Ernst Göhner Stiftung, Stiftung Corymbo