Marina Otero


Part of “¡PROTAGONISTAS! Resistance Feminisms Revolution”


German /  English /  With English surtitles /  Spanish /  approx. 55 mins.

In “LOVE ME” Marina Otero stands alone on stage and confronts the violence she carries within her. The first version of the performance premiered in Buenos Aires and marked the artist's departure from the country where she lived until the age of 37 – a separation that launched her new life in Spain. It is the work of a migrant who can not help but move. The country she left no longer exists. By making her body available as an object of research and moving from an individual to a universal perspective, Marina Otero addresses issues that concern us all: Pain, the passing of time, love, death and violence.


Text and direction: Marina Otero, Martín Flores Cárdenas / With: Marina Otero / Lighting design: Matías Sendón / Photography: Nora Lezano / Illustrations: Martín Flores Cárdenas / Production: Mariano de Mendonça - Casa Teatro Estudio - Marcia Rivas


  • Past
    German premiere
    Sat 24.6.2023, 20:30 / HAU3
    Sun 25.6.2023, 19:00 / HAU3

Further Information

  • Visitor note

    The performance includes strobe light.


Production: Marina Otero. Co-production: International Festival of Buenos Aires (FIBA) 2020 (“FUCK ME”) and 2022 (“LOVE ME”).



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