Kaxxa Infernali: Explosions​

Kaxxa Infernali: Explosions SOLO PERFORMANCE, 50 minutes, Maltese (with English subtitles)  https://vimeo.com/636340450/7550dbade6 Maltese fishermen (and firework-makers) have, in the past, fished unexploded bombs from the islet of Filfla [1], which was used as target practice for rockets, missiles and torpedoes during the British Rule (1800-1974). “Kaxxa Infernali : Explosions” is

An introduction to the DasArts Archive

A record for a record. 

The process of gaining access to an archive, of searching through a potpourri of memory, and decoding the fragments and connections therein is an act that leaves its own traces. 

in the attic of Overhoeksplein 2, 1031 KS, Amsterdam. © Jimmy Grima, DasTheatre

(DASArts) Archive

The artist’s chance encounter with a document in an attic opened a window onto a previously unexplored history; an account of one night in 1989 where two men, Goran Sergej Pristaš and Ritsaert ten Cate, met. They spent the evening drinking jenever, watching twenty VHS videotapes.