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At the beginning of September 1859, auroras can be seen as far away as Rome and Havana. The global telegraph network that has just been installed almost collapses because very high voltage is suddenly induced in the lines. Sparks fly in the receiver stations. The reason for this is the strongest solar storm recorded to date. When will the next one meet us? How is it formed? Who is researching it? What are the consequences in a fully electrified and digital society?
The new piece by the theatre collective Nucleus is an evening of theatre that combines installation-based spatial constellations, music, sculptural costume design, light play, planetary choreography and narrative practices. In doing so, he deals with the life-giving, but also catastrophic potential of the sun. Science, mythology and artistic practice merge.
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