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08 - 28/06/2015


At 19h30 theatrical Malta will be concluded by Trilogy: On Three Posters / The Inhabitants of Images / Pixelated Revolution by Rabih Mroué, one of the most discussed works on Documenta in Kassel (2013), the most important festival of visual arts in Europe. Trilogy is a combination of a play, a performance piece and a visual event, in which the artist focuses on the ways collective experiences are presented as well as the social impact of images of conflict. How is the Syrian revolution presented? What is the symbolic impact of its imagery?

Rabih Mroué is Lebanese, born and based in Beirut, he presents his projects on the most interesting theatre and visual arts festivals in Europe. His provocative and political performances often utilise footage recorded in the midst of war zones, they show the process, not the finished work.

This is not the fist visit of Mroué in Poznań. Three years ago, as a part of the Asian Investments idiom, he performed his widely discussed 33 rounds and few seconds.