Die Ware Mensch

Eine künstlerische Forschungsreise in medizinisch-ethische Randgebiete
Nach einer Idee von Tuðsal Moðul
Texte von Matthias Buss, Lena Kußmann, Helga Lauenstein, Tuğsal Moğul und Jonas Vietzke
Man as a commodity
1F / 2M

A transplant surgeon, a reproductive medicine specialist, and an unemployed man with the wrong body mass index: From these three perspectives, Tuğsal Moğul explores the worth of a human being, which is rather low if we look only at the materials used: 93 percent are made up from Oxygen, Carbon, and Hydrogen; the remainder are elements like calcium, phosphorus, or magnesium. But man's dreams are huge: of luck, wealth, and physical health, of an eternal and perfect life. But dreams come at a cost, too. The body needs to be optimized, and in a pinch, commercialized; there are 1046 organ donors for currently 12,000 recipients, which might lead to a lucrative trade, and cloning designer babies has become all too easy for those who can afford them …

Tugsal Mogul

Tugsal Mogul

Tugsal Mogul was born 1969 in Neubeckum. He holds degrees in acting, directing, anesthesiology, and emergency medicine, for which he studied, in parallel and over the course of nine years, medicine in Hannover, Vienna, and Lübeck, as well as ...

Plays by Tugsal Mogul

U: 22.05.2013 Theater an der Glocksee, Hannover (Regie: Tuğsal Moğul)