The Japanese “architect of theatre” and creator of high-profile site-specific projects returns to Greece to sweep us up and out of the OCC on a peripatetic spectacle-experience as, equipped with smartphones, apps and new cultural maps, we embark on the re-discovery of Piraeus and its long refugee history.
The audience will walk and move outdoors.
We recommend comfortable clothes, hats, and shoes, since the audience’s walk will last approximately three hours.
To use the application, a smartphone is needed – with a 3G or 4G Internet connection – as well as headphones. For those who do not have one, there will be a limited number of phones at the starting point at Omonia Square.
This event is not appropriate for people with mobility difficulties.
2-14 MAY 2017
Janeiro Café | Stadiou & Omonoia Sq. (inside the arcade)
Museum “Hellas Liberty” | Akti Vasiliadi, Silo building | Piraeus gate E2