zavé martohardjono and collaborators present TERRITORY: The Island Remembers, an examination of colonial history through a parable of an island, which, divided by a border, grapples with reconciliation. The co-creators of the work perform as archetypal deities who guide visitors through the island’s complex history. The work envisions a reparative future beyond climate disaster and human destruction and asks audiences to remember histories, cultures, and legacies of revolution and land stewardship. TERRITORY: The Island Remembers will premiere as a week-long multimedia installation that will take over Gibney’s Studio Y. From April 7-9, the installation will be activated with three nights of rituals, performance, and audience-interactive actions. Prior to activations, visitors are invited to the installation at no cost on April 5-9 from 12-3pm EDT. With guided instruction, installation visitors can give offerings to altars within the space to acknowledge the land and prepare it for evening activations.