Betül Seyma Küpeli goes in search of the intersection between the human body and the machine in the oral history of labor migration with the workers of the former Lodenfrey textile factory in Bad Ischl.
With digital painting and moving images, printed and projected onto textiles, the subjective stories of the workers are illuminated both as individual narratives and as collective experiences. Multiple and hybrid narratives make the life stories of the people who ensured the high quality of life in the region visible. They create a counter-image to the hegemonic history writing and enable a multi-layered and more inclusive dialog.
In cooperation with auf! auf! Lehartheater Bad Ischl, Pfarre Bad Ischl and Kino Ebensee.