Desert Island with 15,000 Inhabitants is a visual-movement performance connected with listening to music and reading from maps and fictional chronicles of Desert Island. It will take place at the Fotograf Gallery twice on the performance day, from 4pm and 8pm. The work’s authors organize a meeting on a Deserted Island. The island is part of the mainland; smaller than a continent and large than a rock, it rises from the water. Desert(ed) can mean: uninhabited, monotonous, gloomy, dreary, boring. Together with the audience, we would like imagine that we are living on this Island – an independent, isolated ecosystem guided by its own particular rules.