Entre Quatro Paredes is a collaborative, guerilla performance in which walls transform themselves into rooms using the public spaces of Weimar.
The living installation, entre quatro paredes, plays with intimacy, boundaries and borders by transporting itself through the public sphere by means of four interdisciplinary performers.
Walls are no passive objects: as catalysts of change, walls actively reshape and restrict movement. acting as barriers, they can divide communities and isolate individuals, while also visibly and literally connecting strangers in intimate settings and serendipitous encounters.
Simultaneously inclusive and excluding, occurring at a site and a “non-site,” entre quatro paredes transforms public spaces into immediate, private spaces within the context of four walls.
Entre Quatro Paredes is part of summaery 2017 of Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, and is a satellite project of the MFA exhibition, WITHIN FOUR WALLS.