Continuing training – Between Art and Education
The Frontier – Fictional realities
Caroline Bergeron and Dina Mendonça
One of the principles of the Great Invasion lecture-theatrical performance involves showing that the difference between fiction and reality is more tenuous than one might think and that this fact is one of the great riches of human experience. It is what has made it possible for many writers, filmmakers and other artists to tell such marvellous fictional stories and, at the same time, it is what allows researchers and scientists from various areas of knowledge to suggest new hypotheses to explain our world and open up new scientific possibilities.
The aim of this workshop is to offer a pedagogical experience that will enable participants to follow a combination of different paths in experiencing the frontier space between reality and fiction.
By offering playful and challenging ways of interpreting art and reality, this experience further enhances the pleasure of the Great Invasion and, at the same time, enriches the vision of other creations that draw people to this experimental game, where fiction and science are mixed together in the search for truth.
Concept and orientation Caroline Bergeron and Dina Mendonça