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"Beautiful, meditative... Be My Home felt like a glimpse into some private room, and we were well-rewarded for our curiosity." Review by Ka Bradley, Resolution 2016.

"Be My Home takes 20 minutes to perform and in its simplicity gains a timeless quality that extends beyond the prescribed limit for the performance" Review by Nicholas Minns, Resolution 2016.

'A home attached to a body

      A body inside a home

      The echoes of a past home

      The dream of a future home,

      A journey in search of a lost home

      My body,

      A home for what I am, what I have been and what I will be..

      My body,

      My lifelong home..'


Be My Home is an intimate solo performance inspired by poetic images and metaphors of the houses we live in. Exploring the notion and meaning of home it reflects on the   primary human need to inhabit places and seek other kind of shelters.




Choreography/Performance: Konstantina Skalionta Artist/Maker: Laura Elias

Music: Peter Broderick, Floating/Sinking published by Erased    Tapes Ltd.

Rehearsal Assistant: Ivana Radjenovic

Photos: Jonathon Vines


Supported by The Place Theatre as part of Resolution Platform 2016.


Resolution 2016, The Place Theatre, London (premiere)

Fiver Fridays (Chisenhale Dance Space)


Blue Cloud Scratch (Blue Elephant Theatre),


No_body Festival of Dance and Performing Arts (Dance House Nicosia.

Summer Dance Festival 2020, as a film

Seeking Roots 2021 exhibition at NIMAC (performance & film).

In July 2020, Be My Home was transferred in the ourdoor space to be presented as part of the Summer Dance Festival 2020 by Nea Kinisi.

The performance was turned into a film by Artemis Evlogimenou, due to pandemic restrictions. The film was presented as part of the exhibition Seeking Roots, curated by Ioulita Toumazi, in March 2021,

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