Haraki’s “Body Unmuted” is an audible experience including confessions made by the body that are not usually said and not commonly heard. The recordings were made by Haraki in real time, meaning that the voice was recorded as a situation was actually happening. The body, therefore, is heard as it whispers, screams, laughs, moans, sings, cries, tells, confesses, reveals, and admits.
In this work, the visitor enters a room and listens to the recordings by placing her/his own body in particular positions indicated by the artist, which aim at stimulating feelings of empathy or identification.
“Body Unmuted” is a journey coming from the periphery of the room directed towards the centre of each visitor.
Concept, creation, performance: Lia Haraki
Sound design: Yiannis Christofides
Visual design and Promotional image: PASHIAS
Graphics: Artemis Psathas
Technical management: Yiangos Hadjiyiannis
Coordination and communication management: Georgia Andreou
The performance will run on the 27th, 28th, and 29th of September 2019, 18:30-23:30, at Theatro Polis OPAP and visitors can enter at any point of the performance.
Please note that the performance is suitable for individuals over 18 years of age.
Tickets available at the theatre at €10 and €8 (for students and .pelma.Lia Haraki members).
Produced and organized by .pelma.Lia Haraki.
Information: 99164804 and liaharaki.com
Co-produced by NiMAC [The Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre, Associated with the Pierides
Foundation] at Theatro Polis OPAP.
With the support of the Cultural Services of the Ministry of Education and Culture.