flatpack riddle sculpture, maltese limestone and lime, standard brick dimensions 2021, to be found on manoel island until further notice
Temporary.Show brings together a loose collective of artists for ad hoc experiments. These include a combination of Participants who are open to collaborate, formal Collaborators who can run workshops and interventions across our peers, and Contributors who can share more specific resources and experiences.
this slab doesn't even weigh 1MB
Hold on to the air in your pockets /
There is a boulder at rest just across the Mina tal-Foss, locals can identify the boulder with the great storm of 1982. A few more boulders stand in your path on the way to the grandharbour. They are also identified by great storms in our lifetime. This includes minor but historical gale force winds, such as the one which swept over the Bush-Gorbachev Summit in the year of 1989, as well as a viral hurricane, such as lovinmalta's rendition of Xemxija and fish sprouting out of its shoreline in March 2019.
Ths narrative aims to investigate our relationship to a force majeure. Rather than stay passive and complicit with forces beyond our control, be it politics, climate or otherwise, the intention is to first, identify our place among others, such as your immediate community, and then go on to develop our personal reach with the making of an object of art as a catalyst.
The residency brings together the work of Johannes Buch and Aidan Celeste. They will use their skills in publication to revisit and curate a narrative with contributions from experts in heritage and maritime, as well as collaborations with other artists. This research will be used to contextualise their personal interventions around the Grandharbour, and focus on its relationship to great storms. How do we deal with such a radical force of nature? How does it shape our values and engagement?
The project takes place under the guise of a reading room in the Residency Space at MUZA. It will be the main site for the artists to engage their immediate community, and invite them to contribute through workshops, events, as well to present the design of a new site-specific intervention. this includes a close collaboration with Clive Vella (Airwars, UK) and Rakel Vella (https://r4k.club/), as well as contributions by Joanne Causon Deguara (Geologist, University of Malta), among other experts from maritime and heritage.
Heritage Malta, MUZA
Arts Council Malta, Project Support Scheme, Research
Josephine Mamo w/o Emanuel, 2, alley 1 ,Valley road Birkirkara
Reported that during todays heavy rains, a great flood of water forced open the door of her premises carried away Lm 250 in local notes and Lm 40 worth of clothing belonging to different persons and caused damages to furniture. GS230
insp: E.G> Gencini Gs230 C Briffa
At about 2.30 pm. A day which Lija Bus No 1990 was being driven by Paul Borg 49 years of. St. michael of no3 alley 1, st ro&*()_ B'Kara through Msida Road toawards B'Kara during the heavy rainfall on arriving halfway it developed engine trouble and while stalling...any the rainwater which was some feet high and which was passing down mannarino road and severl by-st^&* pushed it sideways - the a passenger ^&*... jupmped out and these two wer carried away by the current of water; sciluna got clear of water , &(Ibeing draged halfway down to msida, Galea was however picked up dead in msida.
two other %^& cars namely ^&13222, belonging to mrs brookes of modern imperial hotel, sliema and car no: 11712 of mr HE malloi of 195, tower road sliema, which were staionary at msida st. B'kara wrer also pushed away by the current damages, weecaused to both vehicles G.S.230
Moghod rapport tat-temp, u moghod tkun barra fix xita
is samuel catching waves, or are the waves catching samuel
Vincent Scerri of Paul 5A Alley 3, Providence Balzan
Reported that during todays heavy rainfall, a great flood of water pased through his garden and damanged a great number of flowers, pots, plants, trees, and killed a quantity of his poultry.
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