People and Dancefloors in Malta
During this presentation, Karen Mamo will talk about People and DanceFloors in Malta project.
Based on a participatory action research methodology, this project involves knowledge co-creation with project partners and participants. Led by a team of researchers, the project crosses the boundaries between research, film and activism.
Representing the voice of a small group of clubbers and people in the industry between the ages of 24 and 50, People and Dancefloors Malta provided a platform and a voice for the leading protagonists of the Maltese clubbing scene and dancefloors: the PEOPLE. Whilst recognising that the dancefloor is a great space for interaction, newfound connections, pleasure and enjoyment, participants brought to light several challenges that are unique to the Maltese context.
Here, we touch upon some salient issues highlighted by participants, including the somewhat tense relationship between the electronic music scene and law enforcement, along with the changes brought by the Covid pandemic.
How to attend to this event
This is a public, free event. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, to attend you will need to book a place by registering personally at the Spazju Kreattiv reception during the duration of Circuits 2021 and will be available on a first come, first served, basis. All patrons attending events at Spazju Kreattiv must present full vaccine certification at point of entry.
Electronic Music Malta is Supported by the Arts Council Malta. This event supported by the German Maltese Circle and the Goethe Institute and Air Malta.