16/11/2018g.10:00Department of Radio and Television Krzysztof Kieślowski, University of Silesia in Katowice, Św. Pawła 3
Tamara Antonijević: “Pewnego dnia wszystko to zmieści się w mniejszej torebce” (translation: Aleksandra Jakubczak)
Premiere: 19 March 2017
Co-production: The Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute
Direction: Małgorzata Wdowik
Acoustic production: Andrzej Brzoska
Sound composition: Ole Hübner
Actor: Katarzyna Wajda
A radio play recorded with the bi-natural method.
Duration: 37 minutes
“Pewnego dnia wszystko to zmieści się w mniejszej torebce” is a radio play produced in collaboration with the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute and based on a poetic piece by the Serbian author Tamara Antonijević. The musical part was composed by the acclaimed young composer Ole Hübner, and the whole thing directed by Małgorzata Wdowik.
It is a story about today’s world dominated by technology. It might be that anything we bring into the network, each picture, sound, thought and dream, will circulate in some ‘clouds’ until the end of the world. And those things will speak of us, in a good or bad way. The radio play does not follow a classical plot; it is more of a series of poetic images triggered by sounds – human voices, the sounds of a speech synthesizer (which, one day, may replace our voice in the media), the records of natural sounds and some disconcerting music. The feel of suggestive out-of-ordinariness is heightened by the special recording technique used by the director of audiography – the bi-natural technique. For this reason, the audience needs to use headphones to properly enjoy the sound dimension of the play.