Memory is the translation of information from a given moment to the present.
The narrator is the witness of a specific reality and he transmits it to others.
My mother was kidnapped for a night by a military brigade in the 1977 in Buenos Aires while the government was taken by a coup. This kind of experiences where not denounced as most of the people that were taken were suffering tortures and were disappeared. This stories seemed banal next to the others.
For this project I interviewed my mother many times about that night that she was taken. Based on her words I composed a choreography. The piece tries to work around the idea that the memory of a person can be experienced through the body of someone else. How we can identify ourselves with the images of a narration that belongs to another time and that can become current, allowing the present and its circumstances to interfere in the results.