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    "Antineutralità" is a short theatre play of F.T.Marinetti and part of the theatre production "Disease War" of ARBOS - Company for Music & Theatre in the project "War = daDa". This theatre project connects the visions of the artistic avant-garde, the critics and victims of war. We have to differ very clear between the avant-garde (the forerunners of an army) of the art and the modern art, because modern art and avant-garde of the art are not the same. The avant-garde of art killed modern art. “Avant-garde and modern art are two different stiles of art” reflects the composer György Ligeti. The Italian Futurists themselves saw them as such a kind of avant-garde. They dreamed the “dream of the artistic war” and tried to transform their visions of war to art. They started working with such transformations before the beginning of World War I. They desired that Italy should as soon as possible part of this “Great War”. But the real reality is that an artistic war can be neither a vision nor a reality. Millions of people died. Romain Rolland (a great pacifist and winner of the Nobel prize) described in August 1918 “war as a disease which tortures Europe”. At around the same time persons like Romain Rolland or the German doctor of medicine physiologist Georg Friedrich Nicolai during World War I the vision of a “Common House of Europe” and now 85 years this visions could be a reality after a lot of horrible wars in the 20th century. Performed by the deaf actors Georg Horngacher and Werner Mössler together with Alexander Mitterer, directed by Herbert Gantschacher.