Fémina. Las mujeres mueven el mundo
from Maracaibo Teatro
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The title of the play, Flicker, refers to the rapid fluctuations in the brightness of a film camera. In 1966, avant-garde artist Tony Conrad posed that flicker, and its rapid alternation between light and darkness, was the essence of cinema.
Magdalena Leite and Aníbal Conde adapt this idea and apply it to the body, while they raise the question of what would be the essence and constituent element of the performing phenomenon. The play is what it is, and it is up to the audience to seek its meaning and weave its plot.
Creation, Dramaturgy, Direction and Performance: Magdalena Leite y Aníbal Conde.
Lighting Technician: Jésica Elizondo.
Mexico City, Mexico
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