A public space, a group of people, a voice in the headphones that asks questions, gives instructions and suggestions. The audience moving within the space. Who are the global and local tribes of today’s cities? Where are they now while you’re here? How many kilometres away should they be from your private space?

gLocal Generation is an artistic production by ZONA K, aiming to give voice to the new generations of multi-ethnic societies. The path stems from organising theatrical workshops and ends with the creation of an urban interactive performance in headphones, directed by Andrea Ciommiento, under the supervision of the Catalan artist Roger Bernat.

Discover the whole project >> Generazione gLocale


Performance with headphones use –  in English and International Sign.


Project ZONA K  Direction Andrea Ciommiento  Supervision Roger Bernat  Collective Creation Anes Fettar, Deborah Yebout, George Vasquez Colonia, Imane Mouslim, Issaka Abdou, Jaouher Brahim, Kausar El Allam, Leandro Perez, Mariam Lahmpur, Milagros De Los Santos, Momo Moukett, Sabina Ali, Silvio Bruscaglia, Sumaya Jabril With Anes Fettar, Kausar El Allam, Imane Mouslim, Momo Moukett, Jaouher Brahim, Mattia Ghezzi, Matteo Coppola, Shady Mostafa Coordination Coop. Diapason e A.P.S. Asnada Collaboration C.L.A.P.Spettacolo dal vivo   Logistic support Coop. Olinda Support MigrArti 2017 – MiBact, Assessorato alla Cultura – Comune di Milano


Ligna (DE)

The German collective Ligna brings to the stage a vision, a possible European History that never took place.

In August 1914 a congress of the Second Socialist International was planned in Vienna with the aim of reacting to a possible start of the Great War with a general strike, which would hopefully collapse the infrastructure of the countries involved and prevent the start of the conflict. The congress and the strike never took place. The speeches and speeches of the participants in the congress had already been written, the requests for permission formulated and submitted, but the war anticipated and cancelled their implementation.

On the occasion of the centenary of the First World War, The Great Refusal explores the individual and collective possibilities of refusal through the re-enactment of a story that never took place and whose end is unknown.

The audience is invited to take part in a historical fiction: the congress of the Socialist International will take place in Milan, opening up a parallel universe in which war is questioned as an unavoidable destiny. Everyone will be confronted with a series of ‘resistance exercises’, a training of individual and collective poses and gestures of rejection.

Il grande rifiuto is the result of a series of research residencies in Bolzano, Bologna, Genoa and Reggio Emilia that took place in April 2015.



In Italian


Creation Ole Frahm, Michael Hueners and Torsten Michaelsen; artistic coordination and Italian production: Elena Basteri; Emanuele Guidi; Elisa Ricci Co-production partners: ar/ge kunst Bolzano / Bozen; Festival Transart Bolzano / Bozen; Santarcangelo 2015 Festival Internazionale del Teatro in Piazza 45th Edition; On; Fondazione Luzzati – Teatro della Tosse; Terni Festival Internazionale della Creazione Contemporanea / Teatro Stabile dell´Umbria. Supported by: Goethe – Institut Genua; Goethe – Institut Mailand; Nationales Performance Netz (NPN) International Guest Performance Fund for Dance. Support for the residency programme: Goethe – Institut 



The LIGNA collective has existed since 1997 and is made up of artists Ole Frahm, Michael Hueners and Torsten Michaelsen, who began working at Freies Sender Kombinat (FSK), a non-profit public radio station in Hamburg, in the early 1990s. Since 2002 their work has focused on creating ephemeral situations that involve the audience as an active group, a combination that produces unpredictable and uncontrollable effects that challenge the management of space. One of the examples of LIGNA’s use of media is Radio Ballet (2002), in which radio listeners are offered a choreography of forbidden gestures in places that previously seemed public and are now under control, such as stations or shopping centres. Other projects such as The new Man (2008) or Oedipus (2010) question the space of theatre as an apparatus that shapes subjectivity. The latest works The last Commune or Secret Radio (both 2014) instead invite participants to stage complex interactions in a public space that only gradually reveals itself as such.


“Supported by the Nationales Performance Netz (NPN) International Guest Performance Fund for Dance, which is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media on the basis of a decision made by the German Bundestag.”





Roger Bernat

A public space, a group of people, a voice in the headset asking questions, instructions, suggestions. Some are ironic, innocent, others more intimate and important. Who are these people? Where do they come from? Are they spectators or actors? What relationship unites them?

Domini Públic is a game about life, almost a life-size box game where the spectators are not mere pawns but become the protagonists of a story that director Bernat skilfully orchestrates. A sociological investigation in three dimensions on themes that are dear to us and in which we are protagonists, without constraints and prefixed roles.

For the first time in Milan, Domini Públic has toured the world and is a true classic of urban performance.




In Italian. Minimum age for headphones: 14.
Will also take place in case of rain.

The performance will be held at Castello Sforzesco,
Cortile della Rocchetta (Piazza Castello – MM1 Cairoli)
Please arrive with your ID 10 minutes before the start of the performance to collect your headphones.


Concept, direction and text by Roger Bernat/FFF; coordination by Helena Febrés; a production La Mekánica / Apap (advancing performing arts projects), Teatre Lliure / Centro Párraga / Elèctrica Produccions, with the support of Generalitat de Catalunya / Entitat Autònoma de Difusió Cultural – departament de cultura i mitjans de comunicació / European Union / Culture Programme 2007-2013; with the support of Ministerio de Educación, cultura y deporte_INAEM; www.rogerbernat.info