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Theater Kosmos, Bregenz

Fairycoin (UA) - Fairy tales from the crypto world by Natalie Baudy

In this “fairy tale from the crypto world”, Satoshi Nakamoto, the inventor of the first cryptocurrency “Bitcoin”, observes from the moon how an illustrious 11-strong group of fortune seekers set out to invent the next “big thing” after Bitcoin. A co-production with UNPOP, Bregenz

Fairycoin (UA) - Fairy tales from the crypto world by Natalie Baudy
Fairycoin (UA) - Fairy tales from the crypto world by Natalie Baudy

Time & Location

05 May 2024, 17:00 – 19:30

Theater Kosmos, Bregenz, Mariahilfstrasse 29, 6900 Bregenz, Austria

About the event

In this "fairy tale from the crypto world", Satoshi Nakamoto, the inventor of the first cryptocurrency "Bitcoin", observes from the moon how an illustrious 11-strong group of fortune seekers set out to invent the next "big thing" after Bitcoin. Baudy describes their - or rather our - financial capitalist reality - which is increasingly moving into the digital world - through surreal and visually powerful fairy tale images.

In contrast, this fairy tale is driven by a raging tech capitalism. The greed of fortune seekers and their (lack of) wealth make Satoshi Nakamoto cry on the moon. He only wanted to bring independence, transparency and justice to humanity with his bitcoins, and then this! His tears fall through space and trigger a tidal wave in Silicon Valley, the epicenter of tech capitalism. Regardless of whether the promises are digital or tangible financial, the cash cow as an allegory for happiness in life is just another promise of happiness from capitalism that turns out to be a fairy tale. A fantastic piece about fishermen and frogs, missing passwords and a fairy tale at the beginning of the age of tech capitalism.

with Hubert Dragaschnig , Johannes Gabl , Sabine Lorenz , Helga Pedross , Caroline Hochfelner , Nurettin Kalfa, Barbara Novotny , Anwar Kashlan, Carmen Jahrstorfer , Diana Kashlan , Suat Ünaldı, Julia Loibl DIRECTION Stephan Kasimir | SET DESIGN Caro Stark | LIGHTING Matthias Zuggal | DRAMATURGY Augustin Jagg

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