FLESH CAMP explores the mechanisms of human nature and thow the "good" and "evil" in people can be changed via actions and circumstances. 
It's a metaphor of concentration camp, but it's not intended to refer to the historical meaning of the term. It's about a place where specialised practices are being performed. Here all features that identify a human body (the look, the clothes, the haircut, the name) pose a problem to the camp operators. They use their victims' bodies to expose them to a variety of tests: a selection of an apt "material", destruction of personality, experiments with technical substances, induction of electrical impulses by means of the needles stuck into the body etc. 
In FLESH CAMP cruelty and violence are becoming a dangerous virus, symbolised by black liquid infecting people during a process of humiliation.


07.05.2005 / Torture Garden / London / UK
16.06.2005 / Apart International Theatre Festival / Katowice / PL
30.12.2005 / Cultural Centre L'usine / Geneva / CH
03.10.2007 / Souterrain Porte IV / Nancy / FR
05.09.2009 / Zdarzenia International Theatre Festival / Tczew / PL