HOLLAND HOUSE: KINDER K
The theatre play Kinder K by Holland House is an artistic and visual investigation in two parts, that confronts the ethical and societal consequences of genetic selection. One of the stories stems from Austria and is based on authentic 1930s situations around the very start of the extensive euthanasia programme Aktion T4, developed in the Third Reich. The other story is pure fiction and inspired by the ethical dilemmas which today’s parents face in the course of a pregnancy as a consequence of the availability of a variety of prenatal tests. I designed the visual identity and publications for the production.