The Invisible Meat Eye Speculator – Works with the suffocation session of large cities, real estate speculation and poor land use / distribution. Samuel Beckett’s “The Outsider” (written in the late 1960s) serves as an important inspiration / provocation for the creation and aligned with other key inspirational sources: the sites visited in 1999 and revisited in 2014 and 2015 by CIA In the north-central region of the city, the extinct Favela do Gato, in the villages of the Guarani Indians in the northwest region (Jaraguá Peak) and in the South Zone (Krukutu and Tenondé-porã). These tacks made with different textures and sensations added to Deleuze and Guattari’s thoughts on Capitalism and Schizophrenia gave a strange and disturbing tone to the final tones of the dramaturgy to the choreographies, from this junction the so-called “coreodramaturgrafias *” (term to designate the joints : vocal and corporal movements, texts, projections, soundtrack, scenic elements with choreography).
This work of the company directed by the choreographer and dancer João Andreazzi rescues the principle of the idea of the “nomadic body”, Andreazzi’s artistic restlessness, following a research begun 16 years ago, whose place / focus was the extinct Cat favela (today housing complex of Gato Park) and the Guarani Culture (Villages: Krukutu and Jaraguá). Places that were revisited in 2014 and 2015 in order to observe the changes that occurred in these places.
Video Link The Invisible Eye Speculator:
Excerpt from Translated Texts for Guarani by Samuel Beckett
THE WAY (Translation by Francisca Guarani and Marcos Tupã)
The path wound from the heather to the top, and down the road another way.
Tape ojeapa apa yvy’ã kupere yvate peve a’eva’e rovai re amboae yvy rami.
Forward down. The paths crossed halfway over and over.
Ovaive’i yvy rami. Tapekuery nhovaexim tape ku’a rexei katy rai’i.
A little more and less than halfway up and down.
Etave’i a’e embovy ve’itape ku’a yvate rami há’e yvy rami.
The paths were one-way.
Tape kery ma oa rive.
Nothing to return the way up back down.
Ojevya e’ỹ tape yvate rami ojevy a ma yvy rami.
Not at all from the top or bottom or part of this way.
Ijapytere yvy’ã kupe re kova’e tapere’ I
Some photos of Some Actions of the Project (Fotografa Manoela Cardoso).
Encampment of Nomadic Corps in the Krukutu and Guarapaju Village.