Zeus was bored. So he asked two of his gods to create living beings for him that could be tortured, damaged, made to suffer… mortals! Just like him, but not as good!
A short form of visual theater, without words, Ex Nihilo is literally extracted from the long form Kosmos. It proposes an episode of the Greek cosmogony in object theater: the creation of the world. In this version, the myth is treated in a contemporary way, thanks to the use of objects and to the burlesque tone which impregnates the narration.