Olha Salo ( Kyiv, Ukraine): It doesn’t hurt
- duration: 3 min
- watch: 29th March 2019 at 5 pm UTC
“Everything must be lived”
This is a story about a person who feels nothing. This is about sometimes you need to crash into the wall to feel at least something. And this is about that pain can be a great trigger to this.
What makes us wear polyethylene armor that will protect us from the whole world?
What is the strongest feeling that can burst this bubble?
And how many times do you need to hit the wall in order to feel at least something?
During a frivolous performance, I want to ask serious questions and give one of many possible answers.
!No walls were harmed during this performance!
BIO: Olha Salo, actress, performer
For two years I studied at the studio of performing arts Opsis from director Oleh Ivanytskyy; in the European Theater Academy from the ETC (European Theater Convention) at the theatre festival in Avignon; held training and master classes by Ivanna Chabbak (USA), Sarah Tipple (Great Britain), Tamara Trunova (Ukraine); courses in Kyiv National I. K. Karpenko-Kary Theatre, Cinema and Television University. In 2016 I got to GOGOLFEST, where I participated in the theatre residence together with the ETC for two years and worked with young directors from Georgia (Aleksandr Yeloshvili, Avtandil Diazmidze), as well as began to work as the coordinator of the festival’s theater program and coordinator in the Dakh` theatre. June 2017-January 2018 – the project by Marina Abramovich Generator` in PinchukArtCentre. In 2015, I began to learn to dance but started to Dance in 2017. In 2018 I began to make performances. Today I am an active and freelance performer, collaborating with directors and choreographers from Ukraine and Europe.