oppression or aggression?

Two definitions are necessary: Aggression designates the level of oppression. For example an aggressive situation is a jew in a gas chambe...

Two definitions are necessary:
Aggression designates the level of oppression. For example an aggressive situation is a jew in a gas chamber, in this moment theres almost no possibility to change the situation
Oppression is not an exclusively physical phenomenon, the oppressed can still liberate themselves even if they are weaker.The message of this chapter is that in forum theatre situations with a solution or an exit way should created. Then the spectator becomes a spectactor. In the situation with the jew in a gas chamber that is fatal and the spectator becomes a witness. The goal of forum theatre is to make people find solutions not to make them designate.



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  1. When developing a scene with a moment of aggression that we want to build into an Anti-model, we can rewind to a point in the narrative where other outcomes are possible. In this way the spectactors can explore possibilities, with a real consequential outcome if they fail to intervene.

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