Synopsis: “Where should we go after the last frontiers ? Where should the birds fly after the last sky ? “. by Mahmoud Darwish.
While the West still struggles to find solutions for the “refugee crisis”, the main route towards peace and hope remains passage through the Mediterranean Sea. In 2015 alone, of the almost one million refugees* and migrants attempting to cross these blue waters desperately fleeing war, violence, terrorism, and persecution : over three and a half thousand have lost their lives. What relies behind these numbers is the human desire and longing for that place “after the last frontiers…after the last sky”; a place that still remains unknown.
Bio: Fenia is a UK-resident, Greek-born cross-disciplinary artist (performance (art), dance, video, photography) holding BA honours in Dance from the National Dance Academy of Rome (Italy) and an MFA in Choreographing Live Art from the University of Lincoln (UK). As (dance) performer, producer and visual practitioner her work and the work of close-collaborators, such as Daz Disley, have been shown at a wide array of festivals and art platforms in the past few years encompassing the fields of dance, experimental performance, live-art and video-art.