The FARMOR Project consists of a series of performance installations investigating the feeling of ‘home’. It aims to shed light on the universal quest for belonging within different communities by creating opportunities for dialogue and connection. The project begins with a harvesting of peoples’ stories and memories of home from within a number of hosting spaces. The stories are then studied and curated into a site-specific performance installation that showcases the collective sense of home for that specific place and time.
This project is a collaboration between Marie Keiser-Nielsen, Niels Plotard and Florinda Camilleri. The first series was held in Aarhus, Denmark in 2019, through a residency under the Connections 3.0 program. The second series will be held in Spazju Kreattiv, Valletta. For this series the research, creation and production processes will be open to the public, as the project partners attempt to foster increased audience participation and shift their practice into public spaces.
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