On Anger is the first part of a trilogy which will be dealing with the different emotional states of our current society.
The interest is to not just recognize the emotion/condition as an individual feeling but also to perceive it as a condition produced by society and within a specific structure.
We want to question the source of anger, analyze how it works its way from the inside out, how it alters the body, how our perception changes, how it becomes distorted and what effect it has on every cell of the body.
On Anger will be a piece that examines, explores and stages different aspects of anger.
These include physical, anatomical and socio-political perspectives as well as the resulting ‘output’ in the form of ‘furious’ works of art, speeches or political shifts.