Marciniak Play

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Marciniak. Massive protest started when the poster came up first. At that time before the audience were not even entirely sure or did not know at all what this play is going to be about. The audience just simply felt offended by the controversial image. Poster shows a woman's body - from the abdomen to mid-thigh. The model holds a hand in her panties. Poster has been designed a graphic artist of the theater, Natalia Kabanov. It was published on the theater fanpage, not long after the site has been blocked. Theatre decided to alteration poster - censoring it. Instead of hand in the pants is now a black belt. - It does not look nice or aesthetically because it is not our official poster. Deliberately to be ugly, we do not like censorship – said…show more content…
Surely the potential audience had to be prepared for that the spectacle arouse emotions and may cause controversy, but did not expect them on the poster. It is not vulgar, but aesthetic. Poster is not a coincidence but the result of an artistic plan. It refers to the spectacle directed by Ewelina Marciniak, which was based on texts by the Austrian Nobel Prize winner Elfriede Jelinek. The play has treated the relationship kat - sacrifice, torture, including sex. "Death and the Maiden I-V. Drama Princesses" is a series of scenic miniatures Jelinek, whose protagonists are female characters and myths of womanhood from the world of fairy tales and pop culture. The author has taken the issue of women and femininity in a patriarchal society. The show had shown a lot of nudity, in some scenes were involved professional pornographic…show more content…
Communist system took its strength primarily from the effective use of security and cameras oppression, and what was even more effective - propaganda. The acquisition of complete control over the media, and as far as possible the creation of the cultural mainstream, was the most important element of the overall strategy to control the population. It is not surprising that in such conditions as completely free and independent intellectual and cultural centers, constituted a very important part of the resistance movement
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