Erva Daninha | Portugal
The silence is total, but inside me, a particular agitation reigns, contradictory information being processed in real time. The body says it can’t take it anymore, but the mind doesn’t care, pushing the body beyond its limit. In this second state the silence is more deaf, and each movement brings us closer to the limit.
This is the starting point, exploring the physical limit to tell what one sees/feels on the other side, where the mental supports us and allows us to reach a state we didn’t know until then, revealing primary, intimate, and universal emotions. The Chinese mast serves as a pretext to dive vertically into the depth of being, reach that limit, and go beyond it.
aprox. 40 min. | M/3