50 minutes: solo: Maltese with English subtitles
50 minutes: solo: Maltese with English subtitles
— Once it was a rural “paradise” island, today it is a rapidly growing city-state with consequent increase in energy needs. —
Notes on Kerogen (working title), a dive into the causes and effects of man-made earthquakes, using science and mythology as guides.
Winner of the ZKB Acknowledgment Prize 2019- August 2019, Zürcher Theatrespektakel, Switzerland
Theatre Performance, 40min in the evening & Ongoing Installation in the daylight
The research space gathers notes, gossip and archival document gravitating around the history of experimental theatre in Amsterdam.
October 2017, COMETOGETHER 4. Frascati Theatre, Amsterdam, Audio-Installation (ongoing 10-minute audio installation)
Jimmy Grima reflects on the inspiration behind Nassaba: Song of a Bird (2018).
In Nassaba: Song of A Bird, Jimmy Grima follows his father with a camera to the fields on the Maltese rocky coasts, where until recently he went to catch migratory birds.
My reclaimed word for the 21st century is Liquid- specifically starting from thinking about my own life and attitude to fixity.
An installation on Angels and Liquids, how these two universes collide, and our attempt to control the mess they make when put together.
On the 29th of October, The Windrose Project will be inaugurated the installation of a large-scale weather-vane in Marsaxlokk. This took place at Xatt is-Sajjieda, next to the tourist information office. In collaboration with the Marsaxlokk Local Council, we created the inauguration event.
During the week leading to the 7th October 2017, we adapted Upstairs Geology-I to an unconverted construction site in Strait Street, Valletta, Malta.
Upstairs Geology I, Performance Installation, 20 min. June 2017, Amsterdam, the Netherlands,
An interactive tour for students to experience different elements of theatre.
Council Malta. Ma Rridx Immur is written by Leanne Ellul. Featuring Ruth Borg, Ryan Cutajar, Marta Vella and Josette Ciappara. Directed by Jimmy Grima.
A tale of how the winds we know came to be.
A multiple site research linking four geographical points around the islands of Malta and Gozo.
A performance installation to mark the 50th anniversary of the death of Malta’s national poet Dun Karm Psaila.
The implementation of creative theatre and art workshops for students of 4 Learning Support Centres in Malta. During these workshops, held at the school’s premises, improvisation, devising and games were the working methods adopted to achieve the desired goals. The aim was to apply creative methodologies to encourage the use
Year 2013 short film
duration: 10 minutes
A dance project on film (2011) that reflects on the Maltese pastime of sitting inside vehicles at various locations around the island.
A performance installation (Malta Fine Arts Museum, 2011) based on the work and social context of artist Antonio Sciortino.
An open-air theatrical work set and performed in Malta’s Grand Harbour, based on historical events and figures in the 18th and 19th century.
A piece developed for ŻiguŻajg Arts Festival for Children & Young People, inviting human beings to leave behind the world of grown-ups and come on an adventure to a totally different world.
White Sea explores the various male/female relations between an often absent Sea Captain and those women left in his wake.
A solo piece, a self-portrait, and a collaborative dance performance that is the story of a female figure exiting a world that lies between tragedy and fairytale.
This collection of texts looks largely at the history and significance of the Hagar Qim Temples, and puts the Oracle event organised on site by the rubberbodies collective in 2012 into context.
A 90-minute silent electronic music concert in Ħaġar Qim Megalithic Temples, a site of World Heritage value.
Science in the City festival commission (2012): an interactive video and performance installation exploring auxetic properties and aesthetics.
An intimate book recounting the conflict, desire, emotion, forgotten thoughts, secrets and transformations that took place between Athanasia Kanellopoulou and the rubberbodies collective during the creation of the solo performance Penelope: Dust in our awakened dreams.
A 5-minute video and movement installation commissioned by Malta Design Week 2011, exploring geometrical forms of the Golden Ratio.
A publication presenting the collective’s early methodologies, devising techniques and the notation used to create performances.
A 3-minute video installation featured as part of Birgufest in 2011, exploring a superstition about shark tooth fossils held by Maltese sailors.
Malta Maritime Museum. 9-10-11 September 2011. Duration: durational piece ‘Lore of the Sea’ is a stylised abstract theatre-cum-mime performance created in collaboration with Heritage Malta at the Maritime Museum. A project merging art, history, and site together to create novel new experiences with each. Lore of the Sea is a
A dark and surreal non-verbal visual theatre performance exploring the subjects of love and gender.
An abridged version of ‘Grace u Rofflu’ adapted for performance at the Draft of the National Cultural Policy launch event in Malta.
The performance, Grace and Rofflu, supposes a seemingly typical relationship between two Mediterraneans that flies from the epitome of love to the nightmare of domestic abuse.