Clean Room first season engaged the audience in a trip of trips across degrees of reality. The second season asks “what can we do together, that we cannot do alone?” Like TV series extend narratives over time, Clean Room challenges the spectators’ commitment by inviting them to come back and follow its development over 5 days. They engage in a performative event and are its protagonists. Shared experiences pile up and weave together the season’s plot.
The formation of a group of strangers and call for action are two of the crucial parameters of this season. Surprise, uncertainty and excess propose the continuation of the 6 episodes that are not exhausted in the transmission of their chapters, but coexist and feed off from eventual fiction and the reality out of this fiction. This is why Clean Room’s spectators will also be invited to participate and interfere in the series in order to allow for an active dialogue that can unfold different dimensions of the series.
Concept, produced and directed by: Juan Dominguez
In collaboration with: Alice Chauchat, Arantxa Martinez and Maria Jerez
Co-produced by: Internationales Sommerfestival (Hamburg), Buda Kunstencentrum (Kortrijk), Latitudes Contemporaines (Lille) and Vooruit (Gent)
Supported by: Iberescena and Teatro Linea de Sombra (Mexico City)