At the end of May, Musarc staged a series of performances in Taranto, Italy. Conceived as a diffused oratorio that crosses over between the city and the domain of radio broadcasts, Zoom conversations and the space of the book, the End of the World Service saw the body of the choir endure a modern-day tarantism of colour and sound in the streets and open spaces of the old town. The End of the World Service was part of Bodies as Infrastructures – a season of events and performances staged in the city of Taranto by curatorial platform Post Disaster Rooftops. It featured new works by Aga Beaupré (PL), Mela Boev (IT) Marie Hamilton (UK), Joseph Kohlmaier (AT/UK), Neil Luck (UK), Sara Rodrigues (PT).
Video teaser for the project by Joseph Kohlmaier