Workshop with Marcela Levi & Lucía Russo
In Overflowing practices" we bring into play apparently incompatible notions, such as excess and practice, rigour and explosion. Through our creations, whose processes are deliberately long, we defend the daily forging that transforms and articulates other corporealities and dramaturgies that distill contradictions and ambiguities. To do so, we bet on what is alive, that is to say, fragmentary and incomplete. To fragment the body in order to articulate it, to liberate its potential of relation. To be more than one. BeRelation.
The joints allow us to move, they are many and we can work so that they are mobilized, at the same time, in different directions and rhythms. We are interested in the "at the same time". Polyrhythm. That the thing is not univocal, but multifaceted, non-capturable.