The Impostor’s Syndrome is a bespoke site specific intervention devised for the 22nd Kalamata International Dance Festival. It featured within the series of public space interventions transitions.
Three individuals challenge the border between reality and dream during a bus ride in the city, aided by text, storytelling and music.
Concept/ Direction: Thanos Polymeneas Liontiris
Created with and performed by: Nikos Ioakeim, Nikos Karydis, Alexis Kotsopoulous
This performance is one of the experiments of a larger scale practice-based research on interactive music theatre.
M is a soundwalk commissioned by the 3rd International Youth Festival of Ancient Drama, taking place in the archeological site of Ancient Messene, GR.
M is devised to be an alternative educational experience for young people aged 11 to 18. Each individual is immersed in a bespoke sonic experience inspired by the history of Messene. Through an intricate sonic journey across time and space, participants are invited to imagine the life of the city throughout the years, and reflect on themes that are still relevant nowadays.
Music composition commissioned by DansAteliers for the dance performance Memory happens Now by Liat Waysbort. Devised in collaboration with Alberto Novello.