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BLIND is an urban performance presented as an open work that refers to different readings: the reduction of our existence to the productive function and consumption, overwork, imprisonment and petrification of life, automation of daily life, ethical degeneration that is spreading at the present stage of society.
The visual proposal is to criticize the grinding conditions so typical of all kinds of corporate work iconized in the social outfits that men and women wear in the great metropolises as an everyday armor. The work is developed from a theoretical and practical workshop, an opportunity in which the performative chorus is formed and the work comes to life. The debut of BLIND was on Paulista Avenue, followed by a performance in Rio de Janeiro in 2012.
The performance also represented Brazil at the World Stage Design, in Taipei, Taiwan, an event organized by OISTAT - International Organization of Stage Designers, Theater Architects and Technicians, that every 4 years celebrates the best in performance design around the globe, presenting a Panel with artistic productions developed worldwide.
- Theatre Company
- Desvio Coletivo
- Parental rating
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- 22 min
- Original language
- Portuguese (Brazil)
- In theaters
- Category / Genre
- Marcos Bulhões, Priscilla Toscano
- Marcos Bulhões, Ramiro Airola, Hsueh Chu-Hsuan, Fina, Lucy, Lo Bin, Amy, Kaoyungchieh, Katherine Hong, Rebecca Lin, and more.
- World Stage Design - Taipei - Taiwan
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