This page features some recent performance-archaeology works from Greece created by Efthimis Theou.

In recent years, archaeology and performance have creatively merged, in order to work with concepts that both disciplines are interested in, like the body, the space, the memory and the narration. The result of this ‘interaction’ is a hybrid discipline that uses performative methods to examine the archaeological material and archaeological methods to approach the art of performance.

In our projects we combine practices from the fields of performance, archaeology and anthropology in order to produce interdisciplinary community pieces that propose a different reading of the material past, human-centered, embodied and personal.