The 20th edition of A Museum (of theatre), opened its doors in Bosnia-Herzegovina at the opening of the Kaleidoscop Festival. This project was part of a decentralized cooperation agreement between Tuzla and Saint-Denis. These two cities have in common to consider the diversity of cultures and origins of their inhabitants as a real wealth that they wish to develop. Both wish to allow the sensitive and artistic expression of the inhabitants to reach a better living together.
As far as Tuzla is concerned, it was also an opportunity to look back at the still close past of the Bosnian war, from 1992 to 1996, to which it paid a heavy price. This is the first time that the Museum (of Theatre) opens its doors in a place where the wounds are still very close and very vivid. Our installation has taken part, in its humble measure, in the healing of a country that, out of respect for the different communities it unites, has three presidents of the Republic.