[2004] Everything I don’t say to you

This performance plays with images and movements that anticipate one another, without showing a strict sense, seeking to awaken the sensations and memory from each viewer.

Fill a silence with a thought that the viewer produces with his/her memory, his/her story.

Beckett says: 

a work of art is not about something, but something; is an organic entity and not an armature to which a set of ideas would have adhered.

It has to do with going back and forth, with the game with a lot of load or weight and then going to lay on the road to build; which is also a construction of thoughts, concepts that we accommodate in our body as we learn, we experience a knowledge.

An experience, a feeling, a memory in each book, that could be an imprint to go or to return … because the book is a word that remains as a trace, it is the image taken to an existence on stage ….

Enter and get out of the way, go up and down, read what I have touched the most, the words that were entering the body.

When leaving this path, movements that come from gestures, pauses, suspensions of time, surrounded in circles to be able to leave and re-enter.

Repeat a score of movements as a way to trigger something in different ways but being the same person. Repetition that becomes transformation into movement.

Then gather the objects as a reference to arrive, tell something, and leave something in that space I inhabited, in that time I enjoyed, in the images I left …

There is also word, poetry, but poetry in theater or dance is very different from literary poetry; silences, pauses, accelerations generate other planes, such as light, scenery, use of objects often generate a poetry, but this poetry has an action, a physical incidence in space very different from literary.

From Octavio Paz: 

…  in the middle of the poem comes a helplessness, what is said is not said and what is not said is unspeakable…”

The use of objects has the idea of ​​playing with the words that remain, which can be reread but always in a new way, such as when you look at a photo, an image but you are at another time, go from one book to another, to relocate them in the different time in which I am.