The objective of this dance performance is to question how the body is used as an instrument in both art and society. It explores how our own bodies are used by both ourselves and by others 'for the greater good'. The title of the piece, Multitud, refers to the collective body that we are all a part of and the performance deals explicitly with the differences within the collective.
It is fundamentally a political piece that demands us to take action by recognising and accepting the responsibilities that we have to endure.
The work of Tamara Cubas has been presented in Latin America, Europe and the United States. She co-directs the Perro Rabioso collective, through which she has carried out many cultural projects related to artistic diffusion, training and production.
This performance is free, though prior registration is required.
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