Sejjaħ lil Malta is a performance that happens on two shorelines. It invites the audience to take a Maltese water taxi boat from Valletta to Senglea, and to listen to seashells that were picked up from the Tunisian coastal city of Sousse.

Sejjaħ lil Malta explores our changing perception of the Mediterranean Sea, a fluctuating space of multiple borders, a leisure destination for some, and a death trap for many of those seeking refuge. The water taxis themselves tell a local story of Malta’s internal borders as a result of the privatisation of the seashore.