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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Skara, Marija
Title: Re-evaluating Finland on two finnish stages
Other Title: Naujas požiūris į Suomiją dviejuose spektakliuose
Is part of: Meno istorija ir kritika, 2010, nr. 6, p. 50-54
Date: 2010
Keywords: Performing history;Istorijos rekonstravimas;Paavo Haavikko;Hitler’s Umbrella;Jari Juutinen;I am Adolf Eichmann;Grotesque realism;Hitlerio skėtis;Aš esu Adolfas Eichmannas;Groteskinis realizmas
Abstract: This paper contrasts two Finnish plays which “perform history”. The performances of "Hitler’s umbrella" and "I am Adolf Eichmann" are compared. Author evaluates the performances in terms of Freddie Rokem’s concept of performing history and tries to find out how the plays create new relation to the past and how they allow the spectator to see the present in a new light. Both plays deal with events of recent history. They use factual and documentary materials, and also draw some parallels to the present day. They also share similarities in structure and means. They were performed at relatively the same time. In addition there were many other Finnish premieres on similar historical subjects at the same time.
Šiame straipsnyje lyginami du suomių spektakliai, kuriuose rekonstruojama istorija – tai „Hitlerio skėtis“ ir „Aš esu Adolfas Eichmannas“. Spektaklių elementai vertinami remiantis Freddie Rokemo apibrėžta sceninės istorijos rekonstrukcijos samprata ir groteskinio realizmo sąvoka, aprašyta Michailo Bachtino. Spektaklyje „Hitlerio skėtis“ praeities (ir dabarties) vaizdas atrodo kiek nuvalkiotas ir hegemoniškas, išskyrus kai kurias groteskiškas detales. Tuo tarpu spektaklyje „Aš esu Adolfas Eichmannas“, kuriame panaudojami liudininkai ir grotesko elementai, gerokai išplečia praeities ir dabarties vaizdą.
Appears in Collections:Art History & Criticism / Meno istorija ir kritika 2010, nr. 6

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