GREEN LARYNX UTERUS
A concert for the Earth by Nino Gvilia
Green Larynx Uterus is a concert for Earth by Georgian singer-songwriter and activist Nino Gvilia, preceded by an interview. But Nino Gvilia does not exist. Fiction is used by Giulia Deval as an alienating device for the re-appropriation of discussions generally considered obsolete or mainstream and gives rise to a real situation in which they are reactivated from a feminist and environmentalist perspective.
The format explores the shift between different performance situations such as concert, lecture/interview and debate. The performance consists of an imaginary interview and a live set on an open stage with traditional instruments and toys, electronics and tapes by Andrea Marazzi, Zevi Bordovach and Pietro Caramelli.
The performance was born as part of the Imaginary World Wide Web Exhibition project conceived by the Collective Endless House between Turin (Unione Culturale Franco Antonicelli), Brussels (Hectolitre) and Barcelona (Convent) which reflected in a physical and metaphorical sense on the change of spaces through the simultaneity of performative actions connected through live streaming.