Melinado, the ancient settlement and archaeological site of Zakynthos

“The Body of the Enemy” Astràgali Teatro returns to Zakynthos

National Center International Theatre Institute North Macedonia, Creative Europe, Eteria Enhance Transborder Experiences Rebuild Interactions of Artists, International Theatre Institute Italia, National Museum of Archaeology in Constanța, Theatro Tsi Zakynthos, European Union, University of Salento.

With the site-specific installation of the performance “The Body of the Enemy” in the extraordinary setting of Melinado, the ancient settlement and archaeological site of Zakynthos, “Conflict and memories,” the second international residency of the E.T.E.R.I.A. (Enhance Transborder Experiences, Rebuild Interactions of Artists) Project, supported by the European Union’s Creative Europe Program, will close on Saturday, November 11th, at 7:30 p.m.

“The Body of the Enemy” is the work-in-progress of the international production that will be presented in April 2024, at the final stage of the project, in Salento; the performance is signed by Fabio Tolledi and features the participation of artists from Italy, Romania, Greece, North Macedonia, Turkey and Finland: Klio Avramidou, Filareta Atanasova, Dionisia Giakoumelou, Georgia Givetsi, Giovanna Kapodistria, Arhodoula Marousi Georgiana Mazilescu, Matteo Mele, Simonetta Rotundo, Simone Spirovska, Khouloud Thabet, Sanna Toivanen, Onur Uysal and the University of Salento Augmented Reality Laboratory researchers Sofia Chiarello, Carola Gatto and Giada Sumerano, directed by Prof. Lucio De Paolis.
The E.T.E.R.I.A. Project led by the Italian Center of the International Theatre Institute UNESCO – ITI – Italy, involves the participation of the National Museum of Archaeology in Constanța (Romania), the ITI North Macedonia in Skopje, the Theatro Tsi Zakynthos (Greece), the Laboratory of Augmented and Virtual Reality of the Department of Engineering for Innovation of the University of Salento and the collaboration of Astràgali Teatro.
The ETERIA project develops innovative models in the fields of Social and Community Theater as well as in conflict transformation through arts, fostering citizen involvement, environmental and cultural sustainability, and joint and shared work among artists, migrants, innovation engineers, videomakers and cultural workers.
The project seeks to provide necessary responses to the complex dynamics of this precise historical moment where new war conflicts are emerging. Culture and creativity can offer new and unexpected paths for women and men to travel together. Eteria creates a coworking environment on the theme of conflict and its audiovisual narratives in four European countries.

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