The patch for 2066 comes from a world full of dead objects to which no one wants to add - it is time to recompose.
The Crystal Black landscapes is therefore an exhibition of ruins, remains, and words, which a series of performances bring to life.
Of the ancient forest we know that its guardian is dead, bequeathing to her little girl, Cristal Black, the duty of each protecting the other. Leaving with her friends from one of the many cities which, interconnected between themselves, form the City, together they find their way to the heart of the forest and invent how to live there.
Anne Kawala offers orally developed narratives: constituted gradually, growing organically, intermingling with readings of works by authors whose thought and sensitivity fire the author’s imagination.