A new site-specific project by Clipa Theatre, that examines our attraction to representations of violence. Moving on the diminishing borderline between visual art, dance and performance, it offers a passage through hauntingly attractive and deceiving images of beauty and violence.
It is a movement project in which short violent movement scenes are operated in a loop. The performers repeat, in amazing accuracy, extremely physical moments of violence, over and over again, letting their physical exhaustion “corrupt” and change the material presented, until they drop to the floor, no longer able to do it.
The action takes place in carefully selected public spaces, which dictate the specific content and sequence of the performance. Moreover, the mere intervention in a non-performance space and the violence presented constitute further violations, adding to the impact of the performance.