What is really happening when something happens?

Wednesday, 14.02 11h35

[2017]

  • “… Baby, I know it’s like this …

You need to know about the pool

About the margarine

About Carolina

About gasoline …

… You need to learn English

You need to learn what I know

And what I do not know anymore …

I don’t  know

With me everything goes blue

With you it goes all in Peace

We live in the best city of South America

Of South America

Of South America …

Baby, Gal Costa. Compositor: Caetano Veloso © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc

  • Grounded in a collective mute laughter, the work seeks to stress the relations between bodies and things, pointing to laughter as a political vector to problematize what exists between context-artist-public-institution. A sincere, engaged and silent representation to deal with the contradictions of our time.

The performance never had a premiere, and never will. It is updated in every context where it happens. It has been and still is developed through laboratories in contact with people and places that allow to re-signify its foundations grounded by feelings like shame, indignation and humiliation, that cross on daily basis our bodies in this time-space permeated by dirty politics. It is an empathic device, and perhaps a cry for help disguised as humor to touch on collective issues.

  • A Cristian Duarte in company production
  • Concept and Direction: Cristian Duarte
  • Performers in relay: Aline Bonamin, Allyson Amaral, Carolina Repetto, Clarice Lima, Felipe Stocco, Fernanda Vinhas, Isabella Gonçalves, Júlia Rocha, Leandro Berton, Mayra Azzi, Patrícia Árabe, Paulo Carpino, Renato Linhares, Vinícius Possal e Tom Monteiro.
  • Dramaturgy: Cristian Duarte e Júlia Rocha
  • Production/Diffusion: Carolina Goulart/Cristian Duarte em companhia
  • Support: Casa do Povo/Lote and Verbo 2017 – Performance Art Festival (13rd edition)
  • Research development funded by: Lote#5 through 21ª Edição do Programa Municipal de Fomento à Dança para a cidade de São Paulo
  • Photography: Haroldo Saboia and Rogério Ortiz
  • Review Verbo 2017 Silas Martí
  • Photos