You Haven’t Seen Anything!

Duration 65′
Language Romanian, with English surtitles


Thursday 12/11/2015 from 18:00 to 19:05

On March 4, 2014, Daniel-Gabriel Dumitrache, age 26, working as an informal parking attendant in Bucharest Old Town, was beaten to death at the 10th police precinct. For one year, between April 2014 and March 2015, Alexandru Fifea has researched the context and circumstances which led to the murder of Daniel Dumitrache. The performance aims to analyze and deconstruct the social mechanisms and the public discourse behind this murder.

directed by: David Schwartz
with: Alex Fifea, Cătălin Rulea
concept and text: Alex Fifea și David Schwartz
music and video: Cătălin Rulea
scenography: Cătălin Rulea
producer: David Schwartz, as part of the exhibition ”Heroism Rises in the Warehouse” (Salonul de Proiecte, MNAC Anexa 2015)

About the artists

Alexandru Fifea, 34 years old, actor (graduated from the National University of Theatre and Cinematography in 2007) has worked in independent documentary, social, militant  theatre projects. He has staged the one-man show “Eu.gen” (2012). At the moment he is playing in the communitary theatre project “4PM” (directed by Catinca Drăgănescu), in the plays ”We Were Born in the Wrong Place” (Alice Monica Marinescu & David Schwartz) and ”Talk to the Bomb” (directed by Lala Mișosniky).

Cătălin Rulea (n. 1979) is an artist and musician based in Bucharest. He is a founding member of the band Pixels and frontman of the band Toulouse Lautrec. As an artist he has had several exhibitions, the most notable being those in Kunsthalle(Vienna), Werkleiz Society (Halle), Cooper Gallery (Dundee), Fotogalerie (Vienna), Bucharest Biennial, Rex Cultural Centrum (Belgrade). He is a founding member of the Center for Visual Introspection and has worked with Alina Șerban, Arnold Estefan and Anca Benera as part of the PLUS4 Association.

David Schwartz is a theater director. He lives and works in Bucharest. He works on artistic projects that promote a critical analysis of post-socialist „transition” and he approaches liberating perspectives over local history. He is co-founder of Political Theater Platform and is a member of MACAZ – Teatru Bar Coop collective.