All that may bleed – WOMEN OF TRACHIS

All that may bleed | Six scenes from Sophocles’ tragedies | WOMEN OF TRACHIS     Eleven Athenian women, with the instructions of the Swedish director and visual artist Markus Öhrn, formed a band and dived into the work of Sophocles, presenting it as a series of seven dark atmospheric theatrical installations. Putting on center stage what is usually

All that may bleed – ELECTRA

All that may bleed | Six scenes from Sophocles’ tragedies | ELECTRA   Eleven Athenian women, with the instructions of the Swedish director and visual artist Markus Öhrn, formed a band and dived into the work of Sophocles, presenting it as a series of six dark atmospheric theatrical installations. Putting on center stage what is usually hidden, the

All that may bleed – PHILOCTETES

All that may bleed | Six scenes from Sophocles’ tragedies | PHILOCTETES     Eleven Athenian women, with the instructions of the Swedish director and visual artist Markus Öhrn, formed a band and dived into the work of Sophocles, presenting it as a series of six dark atmospheric theatrical installations. Putting on center stage what is usually hidden, the

All that may bleed – OEDIPUS REX

All that may bleed | Six scenes from Sophocles’ tragedies | OEDIPUS REX   Eleven Athenian women, with the instructions of the Swedish director and visual artist Markus Öhrn, formed a band and dived into the work of Sophocles, presenting it as a series of six dark atmospheric theatrical installations. Putting on center stage what is usually hidden,

All that may bleed – ANTIGONE

All that may bleed | Six scenes from Sophocles’ tragedies | ANTIGONE     Eleven Athenian women, with the instructions of the Swedish director and visual artist Markus Öhrn, formed a band and dived into the work of Sophocles, presenting it as a series of six dark atmospheric theatrical installations. Putting on center stage what is usually hidden, the

All that may bleed – AJAX

All that may bleed | Six scenes from Sophocles’ tragedies | AJAX   Eleven Athenian women, with the instructions of the Swedish director and visual artist Markus Öhrn, formed a band and dived into the work of Sophocles, presenting it as a series of six dark atmospheric theatrical installations. Putting on center stage what is usually hidden, the macabre