Two female performers on a wooden brick platform.
Leaving no visible signs of what could become a defined point in space, they develop a high precision, circular movement sequence that runs through the whole piece. Constantly suspending their arrival point, these movements seem to just leave into space something of the intensities at work inside the body when movement organizes its own potential. We watch them writing a movement code that is going to activate space from the material supporting them.
Mothers tell(s) stories of construction: two women are playing with space, inventing the work through minimal structures of action, memory and potency. Using elementary material, lego- like bricks transformed into protocols of movement, space and sound, they design their own cities setting in motion questions of heroism and transcendence. Strolling around, inventing new codes of action, Mothers are playing with the limits of their own designs.