Geologic Formations, which had its world premier at the 2018 rEvolver theatre festival, is a bold melding of immersive multidisciplinary performance, intimate personal narrative, and theory. Geologic Formations explores the present-unseen: the way socio-political events haunt the individual and collective body.
Curious about her experience of the present-unseen – invisible chronic illness impacting, and the invisibilized intergenerational impacts of war, genocide and displacement, specifically the 1943 liquidation of the Białystok Ghetto, Poland – mia susan amir, with collaborators, creates an interactive experience that crosses and collapses time and geography; to talk to ghosts; to decode what shapes our perceptions; to face the limits and possibilities of empathy.
Historically inspired, Geologic Formations is a response to the contemporary rise of fascism.
This ground-breaking work pushes the boundaries of theatre.
This work has been created on the unceded and occupied territories of the x?m?θkw?y??m (Musqueam), Skwxwu?7mesh (Squamish), and S?l?i?lw?ta?/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.