I am (at) home

I´m (at) home, Heraklion, 2013

The performance I´m (at) home questions the meaning of what is home for us in contemporary times and how does this meaning changes depending on circumstances.
It questions importance of being settled down, while concurrently creating an environment for some cultural connection we long for. My inspiration for this piece are dreams I have been having for almost a year, which have made me think that home as a symbol of being connected to the place is still an important part of our subconscious. Is home some part of us?
Through this performance I am also questioning myself about the border between public and private space, and between real life and creation.