This new project by Cia. Corpos Nômades seeks opportunities in choreographic compositions in three distinct stages, with the advice of a BlogSpot (where the cast posted images and texts to prospect various poetic comments, which serve as argument), poems by Samuel Beckett, the culture of Guarani indians, influences of thoughts by Deleuze and Guattari on capitalism schizophrenia and the dialogue with three shows in the repertoire in this Stage I, will be: “OOZE/EZOO” (2000), Algum Lugar Fora do Mundo (Somewhere Outside the World) of 2005 and O Barulho Indiscreto da Chuva (The Indiscreet Noise the Rain Makes) of 2008. It is from this sampling MIX that the “Hostel Project: Stage I” derives.
It is a show that studies the body in order to see the movements to depopulate space. It seeks the exhaustion of the movement and of the need of a “place” for it – a place for this movement to happen – on which ground? In which vessel? In which container? By means of this plot designed by space and time, corporeality and the vocality of the interpreter are housed. The texts are found in Samuel Beckett’s books: A Companhia, O Caminho, O Despovoador (TN, books written in Portuguese and sold in Brazil) were translated into Guarani MBYA, due to this initiative to assimilate a culture, which shows itself at the same time so close but sounds so distant, is that rises the vocality and corporeality of the interpreter. Cia. Corpos Nômades in 1999 made a field research in the Villages of the Guarani indians at Pico do Jaraguá and at the borough of Parelheiros (Krukutu and Tenonde – Porã). At that time the emphasis was on the nomadic body, now after 15 years the focus was to capture the changes that occurred in these places and transpose them to the body.