On the 8th July at 9pm at the National Library Façade in Valletta, audiences will be treated to the result of an artistic process that mixes together research on body movement with sound and video in the spatial context of where the performance is taking place.
The glorious façade of the National Library becomes a stage as the performers use ropes, body movement, sound, video projections and space to create a thrilling vertical dance quality that plays with a perceived lack of gravity. The performance mixes feminine delicacy with the strength of rhythm and acrobatics, exploring themes of relationships, loneliness, togetherness and waiting. Performers alternate and relate, constructing a series of tableaux defined by video projections.
Entrance is free. For more information, visit the Malta Arts Festival website. The Malta International Arts Festival 2016 is organised by Arts Council Malta.