“To do more” or to “achieve more” is today regarded as problematic. It is associated with a hyper consumptive society, a senseless race for growth. Far from being considered a sterile outcome, the idea of “more” becomes an aesthetic stance for artists who wish, through length, experimentation and the spectacular to go through with their art or reinvent it. “Until we fall” will gather artists and researchers to explore this idea of exhaustion in their respective disciplines and artistic practices.
Chaired by Clare Finburgh Delijani, Professor in Theatre Studies at Goldsmiths University of London.