Rivers of Memory is the first in a series of performance pieces addressing the climate crisis as a complex of environmental, socio-political, economic and lifestyle issues. Exploring our various relationships to water, land and all they stand for, the piece moves fluidly between the Sundarbans Mangrove Forests in the vast South Bengal delta and the rivers and shores of the island of Cyprus. Journeying with myth, memory, history, geography, politics and personal experiences, we examine the intricate interconnections that draw our environments together as well as pull them apart. 

It was available live on Sunday, 6 December 2020
Livestream link – https://bufferfringe.org/live/

The video will be available to view till 10 December 2020