Catalan performing company Insectotròpics will perform "The Legend of the Burning Man" on 14 July 2018 at Bell Square in London at 21.45pm. Institut Ramon Llull have contributed to make this performance possible.
Using their tardemark mix of digital projections, live painting, and performance, Insectotròpics present “The Legend of a Burning Man”, which tells the story of Mohammed Bouazizi, who sparked the Arab Spring when he set himself on fire in protest at the authorities in Tunisia. The show examines the spread of news across the internet, how social media offers partial and self-interest perspectives, and how public opinion and feelings are manipulated. Who controls what we believe?
The Legend of the Burning Man is a poetic journey, based on real events, created to answer a big question of our time: If we are all on the web, who is the spider?
Performance is FREE, so just turn up!
Saturday, 14 July 2018
Bell Square, Hounslow High Street TW3 3HH
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