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The scenography of the original work represents the partially landscaped flat rooftop of a building. A rooftop with numerous objects hidden in different corners:


 - Plants are rotting as time goes by.


 - Benches, where disappointed souls reflect on the meaning of life.

          Memento mori, remember that you will die.

          Reflection on the inevitable.


 - "The mirror is the object that usually originates the duplicate image. It is necessary to flee from the broken mirror because the reflected man could suffer the same fate as the object. It is essential to avoid looking at oneself in them, for risk of losing the soul and the individual essence.

The mirror shows all that which should remain secret and hidden that has manifested itself. The double and the mirror undress the individual, forcing him to observe himself starkly. The double invades everything. Every reflection, every appearance of the double, every splitting of the personality is, in reality, the prelude to a catastrophe. How to avoid this catastrophe?

The reflection, the shadow and its relentless advance, engulfing the light and devouring the bodies".

 Inés Marcos Lantero.


"In the work, we not only see objects thrown, we also see oneself thrown as one's own throwing body: The body as a weapon of destruction and the body as an object to be destroyed. Throwing, flying, shooting... Objects are thrown in the sports of the Olympic Games, bullets are thrown to kill other people, stones are thrown to stone, and bodies, tired of living, are thrown from rooftops and bridges".


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AI DŌ (合 道)



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