No Common Language
What i did:
Composer / Sound Design / Sound Technician
What is a cyborg? We start from the definition of this mythical being in the ironic “Cyborg Manifesto”, by Donna Haraway.
A being that is a promise of transformation – because it does not share a common origin or fight for a common language – and that defends the transgression of borders and a marginal thought, exempt from the classic dominations of gender, class and race that persist in phallogocentric knowledge. western.
In Common Language it is a sum of parts that does not constitute a whole. It is a polluted show, the product of a research process of sequentially disruptive scenic languages, at the same time that they contaminate each other. It's not a serious thing. But it is, with the proper sense of humour.
It is an exercise in merging languages, denying unity and perfect meaning, discussing possibilities for transgressing the creative processes themselves.