Under de si is simultaneously a happening, an exhibition and a performance. The audience is literally drawn into an autonomous world created by Luis Garay and Diego Bianchi, in which dozens of performers in twenty scenes and situations reveal the comic and tragic nature of our “relationship” with commodities. In this project, the boundary between reality and fiction becomes blurred. The artists do not tell a story or build a narrative; they cede this task to the audience, who look at elements of their world as if these were finds from the past. We explore this odd museum that is both familiar and strange, and enhance its history with our own perspective.
show intended for for audience of 18 +
LUIS GARAY (born 1981) is a dancer and choreographer. He comes from Colombia, but since 1999 has been living and working in Argentina. He trained under such choreographers as Felix Ruckert, Wim Vandekeybus and Emio Greco. His works are marked by extreme physicality, an ironic style and a search for new aesthetic forms.
DIEGO BIANCHI was born in 1969 in Buenos Aires. He is a graphic designer and a visual artist, a recipient of the prestigious Argentinean Guillermo Kuitca grant for the years 2003-2005. His installations are powerful platforms to rethink conceptual and sensorial connections.
Direction: Luis Garay and Diego Bianchi
Original sound: Ismael Pinkler
Technical director: Eduardo Maggiolo
Art collaboration: Vanina Scolavino
Art assitant in Poland: Flavia Romera
Producer in Buenos Aires: Belen Charpentier