Katie Mitchell for The Public reviews

12 August 2014

[…] In Taranto 30% of the population have lung tumors while the factory is still thriving
financially. Therefore the piece voices anti-capitalist views highlighting how society
accepts to sweep issues like these under the carpet or under a pile of ever-growing dead
Through repetitive mechanical movements Pianzola puts his body through pure exhaustion
and pain to display the factory’s brutality towards its workers where ‘work’, ‘produce’ and
money are more important than the well-being of its employees. […].
The corruption and capitalist nature of society is displayed through voiceovers throughout and how in this case; […] The video projections on the floor emphasise a technological society and overwhelming destruction of humanity.
The performance voices many important issues that are all too easily forgotten about, and
does so in a thought provoking and innovative way.