Marcela Levi & Lucía Russo | Improvável Produções
In 1968, artist Lygia Clark said: "The House is the Body: Labyrinth". Thinking with her we now say: "The Street is the Body: Intrusion is Labyrinth“. We want the noises, the bifurcations, the unforeseen deviations, the turbulences, the shocks from the outside, from the street. We want the nauseating sensation and the vertigo of swinging, of suspending, of entering into moving arrangements. We want to move towards a labyrinthine dramaturgy - that leads and disorients - full of opacities, swerves and cuts; a dramaturgy that twists unity and clarity.