23 people talk in sound and vision about their thoughts during the Corona crisis. A small picture of society emerges: memories are awakened, fears, wishes and visions of the future are formulated. Two viewers explore a living room together and find themselves in the middle of small private stories during the lockdown.
Lockdown Room 23 is an interactive video-sound installation on the Corona crisis – a “pandemic-friendly” theatre production for two spectators in a living room. Written and conceived by Offenburg theatre pedagogue, director and author Annette Müller.
In the design of the poster and flyer, a barrier tape served as the motif, which can now be seen as a symbol and metaphor for the lockdown period.