Where are things going?
In this project we play with the feeling of being forgotten, suspended, in the middle, in a liminal space. Ideas around de-territorialization and the re-territorialization of the body in space_time relation are explored in this project in relation to migratory practices.
In this piece, we explore the use of the body as a migratory tool, a surface, a territory, but also a place to be forgotten; overlapping video projections and sounds, that determinate the course, the path of our bodies and the audience during the piece. This piece explores the notions of rootlessness, exile, and oblivion as an embodiment of invisibility, which we present not only as an internal journey, but also as a social and political phenomenon, crossing boundaries between body and social practices.
Pic courtesy by Andrew Ribner