4 Μάη | N 36° 72' 54'', Ε 24° 44' 33'' | May 4
The rock-hewn war shelter in Adamas was built by the residents of the island under
the orders of the German occupation army during WWII. The site has served many different
purposes throughout the years, until recently, when it reopened as a unique place of
contemporary artistic creation.
This year, in an attempt to cease treating history as a museum piece and begin talking about
the self, the other, and the world of here and now, distinguished Greek choreographers, visual
artists, musicians, performers, a photographer, a lighting technician as well as students of
Modern dance under the guidance of Filio Louvari, will come together for a week in Milos to
co-create a project within the Shelter.
The common origin of all the performances will be stories of refuge and smaller or greater
"secrets" shared by people who live or used to live in Milos. In fact, the title of the project
itself (the Shelter's geographic coordinates) refers to something "concealed" or "conspiratorial"...