In Once and for all we're gone tell you who we are, so shut up and listen (Ontroerend Goed/Kopergietery) she burned Barbie dolls and analyzed what others thought. In Teenage Riot (Ontroerend Goed/Kopergietery) she gave tips on how to become model skinny and looked at adults as animals in a cage.
Koba Ryckewaert is now eighteen years old and she knows there is a lot wrong with the world. She just has to get to grips with it. She is better at writing than speaking and this leads to drawing. On the ground. To start with by herself.
Alone, there’s no boyfriend. Loneliness leads to boredom. Boredom which could be solved with money, money for a better computer, for example. But there isn’t any: mother is unemployed because of the recession. What can Koba do to solve the problem? Not a lot, but not nothing either. In All That Is Wrong Koba is on her own. But she makes choices.
Ontroerend Goed and Laika join forces for the first time for this wordless production. All that is wrong will have its première at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2012 before going on tour in Belgium and abroad.