SHIT, een schijtvoorstelling over KAK
Slavoj Žižek is standing in a recycling centre, wearing a fluorescent jacket. He says that our societies’ issue with ecology is that we don’t see where our shit goes. We know that it gets flushed through the toilet and gets tunneled away – to the ocean or something? – but we don’t want to see it. Standing in front of a dump, he points and says: “Real ecologists should love all this.” Egon Schoelynck, Runa Robbroeckx and Lennert De Vroey start with Zizek’s fluorescent provocation and set out to look for the consequences of humanities’ shitty behaviour. They’ll meet clean consultants and look for back-entrances to trashy places. And try not to gentrify their shit along the way.