The Bathtub Memory Project

A production of the Munich Biennale in coproduction with thee Onassis Cultural Center – Athens
In collaboration with the Goethe Institute Athens and the Allianz Cultural Foundation

Composition: Eleftherios Veniadis;

Direction: Eleni Efthymiou;

Video: Leonidas Giannakopoulos;

Stage design: Natasa Efstathiadi;

Video Illustrator: Vassilis Selimas

With: Maria Karamouza (soprano), Eleni Efthymiou (soprano), Athanassia Teliou (viola da gamba)

What do childhood memories mean to you? How far does this memory feel to you? Would you like to immerse yourself once again for a few minutes in a space of memory and recollect such a personal remembrance of innocence and safety?

Have you ever watched a show in your swimsuit?

Bathtub Memory Project was created by 5 artists with different artistic backgrounds aiming to create a personal moment for the spectator - an artistic venture where music, image and the overall mood of the installation give the spectator the opportunity to have a complete sensory experience. In a world moving fast, in an adults' world we invite the spectator to come on his own and let himself go for a few moments to a place where time expands and childhood finds room to grow again and give birth to new associations hopes and dreams.

The performance is exclusively addressed to only one spectator at a time. One has to book in advance in order to participate and bring a swimsuit as he will lie in a bathtub filled with warm water during the performance.