"LOVE EXPOSURE: YOKO'S CORINTHIANS 13 SPEECH. BEETHOVEN - SYMPHONY NO 7 ", de Angélica Liddell | Teatro Taborda, Lisboa | 35º CITEMOR - Festival de Montemor-o-Velho | Julho de 2013. Vídeo de Hugo Barbosa e Pamela Gallo, hbprgms, para o blogue do festival (citemor.blogspot.cpt).
Criação: Angélica Liddell Interpretação: Angélica Liddell, Gumersindo Puche e Lola Jiménez Produção executiva: Gumersindo Puche Assistente de produção: Mamen Adeva Iluminação: Octavio Gomez. Tradução: Maria José Vitorino Apoios: A Escola da Noite, Escola Superior de Dança, Festival Temps d'Images, Teatro da Garagem.
Abandoned places spread all over the world, civilizations that has left their constructions as the only trace and a historical rescue through the art, craving the past reconstruction through two paths: the architecture and the human body.
These constructions were a common process in the most disparate societies, and what links this context is the performance, which raises the action in time -action that is considered primitive since the most complex context named civilizing - to the most usual such as breathing. And all this deconstructionism becomes imagery.
For records of bodies in a dialectic present in these ruins structured under a surface that: wrinkles, cleaves and shells numerous overlapping stories that allows the intimate connection with the past, and begs us to reflect to where we are going from now on.
The body in a clash with the surface that finally allowsto be crossed, allowing a timeless dialogue of still unknown stories.
These are cities with no windows, houses with no locks, a horizon increasingly thicker and concrete.
Direction, photography, motion and soundtrack - Luiza Prado
Performer - Thays Vita
Location - Slaughterhouse, Guarulhos, Brazil