“The city has changed, the people have changed, the sounds and smells of the city have changed. Like Gregor Samsa, who wakes up and is no longer who he was the day before."
Kafka's Metamorphosis negotiates social alienation and the dissolution of the subject in terms of living conditions as a central theme in ways rarely found elsewhere. Like Gregor Samsa, in Metamorphosis we leave the space known to us, its references, customs and rules.
Between theatre, dance, performance, sound and video installation and participatory happening, the text becomes a metaphor for an immigration experience under the impression of Kafka's own exile:
What conditions can we live under? What needs to change?