Latent Spaces Reframed – Malta hija installazzjoni immersiva ta’ xogħlijiet speċifiċi għas-sit, immexxija minn Ana Baer Carrillo u Heike Salzer, taħt l-umbrella ta’ WECreate Productions.
After the thrilling performances in 2021, KorMalta will once again present a heart-warming evening ofcarol favourites thematic of the Christmas season in collaboration with Spazju Kreattiv.
A varied programme of traditional and contemporary works will be setting the mood for a cheerfulevening, sung and performed in the way they were originally conceived. The concert will once againfeature its’ much-loved hallmark – the audience participation in the carol singing together with thechoir–– together as a musical party.
The project is an introspective visual art exhibition by Clint Calleja, consisting of paintings, sculptures, photography and installations revolving around the theme of ‘Trauma and Memory’. The artworks will be unfolding through autobiographical recollections that remain imprinted in his memory. Unfortunately, most of these are of a traumatic nature.
The continent known as Africa is a complex, intricate and unfathomable entity. There has always been this futile quest, particularly in the west, to totalize Africa. We are adequately informed, especially through the work of the multitude of creatives that operate from Africa and her Diaspora, that it is impossible to do so. So, in what ways are contemporary African artists expressing their many lived realities across a continent made up of fifty-four (54) countries in this current experience?
The time awaited by everyone has come and Spazju Kreattiv, together with Festivals Malta, will once again be doning the carnival colours and will be organising a number of activities in its surroundings. The programme will include an exhibition of carnival costumes as well as the mischievous Qarċilla that has come back to life in recent years.
INSULAR is a photographic project that focuses on the everyday life and destiny of young men from the African diaspora, recently settled on the island of Malta. Offering a sensitive portrait of this new community, the weaving of portraits, landscapes and still lives sets a poetical narration that attempts to create a sense of belonging; the semblance of a home in the making between here and there.
In an age of advanced climate crises, the earth should be read as if it were a script that needs to be interpreted. This links to traditional knowledge, shifts in perspectives and norms and raises the question: What if we pluralised our ideas about the world and acknowledged that the current understanding of the future that has dominated the world for centuries simply leads to a dead(ly) end?
An artist-in-residence is a traveller. Making a site-specific work in a short time can quickly become a colonial act. With her research-based work Gesture Objects, the artist Tanja Hamester tries to resort to anti-colonial strategies. She focuses on listening and collecting stories without appropriating them.