In his journey between wakefulness, sleep and altered states of consciousness, Morpheus invites the viewer to reflect on the mystery that inhabits us. If life is a dream, who are we? What, then, is reality?
In the collective, archaic and mythical psyche are the various instincts of our species. Repressed by society and religion, our drives beat quietly in the Shadow to come alive in dreams and nightmares. It is in the pale light of the dream and its thousand oniros in the form of birds, as Goya illustrated them, that the 7 Deadly Sins are raised: the seven wounds of the soul that will shape our daytime personality.
Metamorphosis is the heart of Butoh dance. In this solo by Orland Verdú, in which he explores these changes through the live music of Marina Tomàs, the dreamlike atmosphere and the expressive art of physical poetry inexorably penetrate our unconscious to awaken from our Apollonian torpor.
Sound. Sleep. Or awaken to a strange world ... Drunk with otherness ...