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’Hilarious’ examines the mechanisms of humor - how we use it, when it ceases to make us laugh and how it can eventually become dysfunctional. The work subverts the classical stand-up monologue that mixes bad jokes with truly macabre situations while the live audience reacting as instructed, regardless of the meaning, inflates tension and dissonance. Roee Rosen’s work scrambles fact and fiction, playfully negotiating fictional personas, cultural politics and sexuality to question the construction of history and identity. His provocative use of language and translation further complicates this kaleidoscope of personalities and challenges the boundaries of expression.

Catalogue no. 1444
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 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

Hilarious

’Hilarious’ examines the mechanisms of humor - how we use it, when it ceases to make us laugh and how it can eventually become dysfunctional. The work subverts the classical stand-up monologue that mixes bad jokes with truly macabre situations while the live audience reacting as instructed, regardless of the meaning, inflates tension and dissonance. Roee Rosen’s work scrambles fact and fiction, playfully negotiating fictional personas, cultural politics and sexuality to question the construction of history and identity. His provocative use of language and translation further complicates this kaleidoscope of personalities and challenges the boundaries of expression.

Catalogue no. 1444
File: R

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis
 

 The CDA's archives are operating with the support of the Ostrovsky Family Fund and Artis