Javiera Peón-Veiga (CL)


Tanz im August

"noso-tres researches the concepts of gender and sex, and questions the naturalization of its uses through the movement of the pelvis and its repercussions on the bodies and relations within a trio. 
nosotres attempts to disarticulate gender categories applied onto the body, understanding them as sociocultural constructions conditioned by oppositions such as: masculinity-femininity, human-animal, object-subject, passive-active, heterosexual-homosexual. How can we substitute these binary oppositions that organize and determine a body? Can the body be conceived as a simultaneity of possibilities, a multiplicity and a series of futures?
nosotres goes through notions like: repetition, transformation, trio, power games, the in-between things, by investigating the fictional character of the body, sexual identity and univocal gender.
no so tres looks at transiting through degendered bodies, floating bodies that cannot be fixed, in opposition to the binary paradox that we are subjected to, where one has to be coherently sexed in order to be legitimately considered as human. It is then worth wondering how experiences that escape that logic can be understood.
nosotr(e)s celebrates the body as potentiality, as a dynamic process and permanent reinvention experiment. It celebrates the stage as a scenic body that exposes its aesthetic elements to the complexities of the experience." (Javiera Peón-Veiga) 

Creation and research Macarena Campbell, Johnatan Inostroza, Aische Schwarz
Performance Macarena Campbell, Johnatan Inostroza, Javiera Peón-Veiga
Design Claudia Yolín, Antonia Peón-Veiga
Sound design Angélica Vial
Documentation and theoretical accompaniment Natalia Ramírez Püschel

Production Anne Reungoat
Funded by Fondo Nacional de la Cultura y las Artes de Chile, FONDART 2012
Supported by Centro Cultural Estación Mapocho, Universidad Mayor, Universidad de las Américas

Duration: 50 minutes


Concept and direction : Javiera Peón-Veiga


  • Past
    Sat 24.8.2013, 21:30 / HAU1
    Sun 25.8.2013, 21:30 / HAU1


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