‘Sibari/sybaritic/sybarite’, meaning ‘indolent, voluptuous luxury’. “Sybaris (Ancient Greek: Σύβαρις; Italian: Sibari) was an important city of Magna Graecia. It was situated on the Gulf of Taranto, in Southern Italy, between two rivers, the Crathis (Crati) and the Sybaris (Coscile). The city was founded in 720 BC by Achaean and Troezenian settlers. Sybaris amassed great wealth thanks to its fertile land and busy port. Its inhabitants became famous among the Greeks for their hedonism, feasts, and excesses, to the extent that “sybarite” and “sybaritic” have become bywords for opulent luxury and outrageous pleasure-seeking
(Concorezzo 2018) (PoesiaPresente/Mille Gru) live-art multi-artist bilingual and movement art performance – the audience were fed peeled grapes – combined with mobile immersive media walk
The Green Sea Of Darkness is an accomplishment circumscribed by sea. ANOINT YOURSELVES FOR YOUR IMPENDING VOYAGE! This will be your journey: through that SYBARITIC element that binds, and compels. YOU WILL BE BORN ANEW! Your territory will be outmarked on an adjacent limb through a dire alchemy that utterly consumes. A CRUEL BAPTISM That corallises in its polyptuous amplitude. LEARN TO SWIM!