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L'homme qui tua Mouammar Kadhafi

Art and shows, Theatre in Auxerre
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  • It is the first - and perhaps the last - of its kind. It is the work of an artistic collective almost as mysterious as the Gaddafi affair itself: Superamas. Of Superamas, we know that they claim to follow Guy Debord's situationism: a way of putting false pretenses in crisis by revealing their profound truth of "spectacle". Here we are. Opposite us, Alexis Poulin, editorialist for numerous French and international television channels. Opposite him, an equally well known witness who was an...
    It is the first - and perhaps the last - of its kind. It is the work of an artistic collective almost as mysterious as the Gaddafi affair itself: Superamas. Of Superamas, we know that they claim to follow Guy Debord's situationism: a way of putting false pretenses in crisis by revealing their profound truth of "spectacle". Here we are. Opposite us, Alexis Poulin, editorialist for numerous French and international television channels. Opposite him, an equally well known witness who was an agent of the services, posted in Tripoli between the election of a certain French President in 2007 and the fall of a certain Libyan colonel in 2011. Let us leave it to the protagonists to put their information at the service of our collective intelligence. Let's just say that the scenic proposal is as convincing as the elements put forward in the background; and that it also has its share of surprises, starting with the possibility for the audience to ask their own questions! So, live journalism or documentary theatre? It is not certain that the session will allow us to decide the question. But we should certainly know the true identity of the man who killed Muammar Gaddafi...
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  • On January 19, 2023 at 8:30 PM