Dock One, Malta. 27 November 2010. Duration: 50 minutes; performance installation
100: Ave|Eva|Summer|Winter showcased at Dock One, in Malta, a reclaimed derelict dockside building that was originally built in 1848 by the British Forces and that was the largest dock available to the Royal Navy. The dock and the surrounding area at the time of the performance was under development as part of a general trend towards the rehabilitation of harbour areas.
Using the seasons of Summer and Winter as chapters, 100: Ave|Eva|Summer|Winter is a dark and surreal non-verbal visual theatre performance exploring the subjects of love and gender. The cast of five performers are presented with an array of highly stylized costumes and props.
photos: the rubberbodies collective
“You walk into a world that’s a million miles from common theatrical stereotypes, and find yourself in a state of semi-darkness that’s immediately evocative of something quite spectacularly out of the norm.”A Striking Collaboration, The Sunday Times, November 28, 2010
Director Jimmy Grima Performers Rebecca Camilleri Ira Melkonyan Anika Martinez Ada Wendy Moira Sean Decelis Sound Designer & Composer Mario Sammut Visual Artist and Costume Designer Matthew Pandolfino Host Grand Harbour Regeneration Consortium Funded by Malta Arts Fund