Loose Animals at Home

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Loose Animals at Home

FUTURA/Clarice Lima (Brazil/SP)

for children

Date and time

10/02 • 3:00 PM to 15h23

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Duration 23 min.

Recommended age: All ages

The four dancers who used to circulate with their fantastic creatures, in brightly colored and fluttering costumes, are this time getting used to them behind closed doors. They have exchanged the squares and streets for the living room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, stairs, under the table, on the sofa, in the corners and gaps of the home environment.

This dance for children of all ages was created before the pandemic and is now presented in video format, broadcast from each performer’s home.

The director and the team reworked the questions about the human-nature relationship and enhanced meditation on social interaction, reconfiguring logics, patterns, and social rules.

For Clarice Lima, an artist from the State of Ceará who has lived in São Paulo for 12 years, scenic animals can be perceived as destabilizing agents, capable of opening windows to utopias through distinct and overlapping fictional layers – beings that have never been seen, that are already extinct, and that are yet to come.

It should be borne in mind that humans, to some extent, are related to apes, as Darwin formulated in his theory of the evolution of species.

FULL TECHNICAL DATA SHEET

Direction and choreography: Clarice Lima 

Assistant director and choreographer: Aline Bonamin and Natália Mendonça 

Creation and dance: Aline Bonamin, Clarice Lima, Marcela Costa and Patrícia Árabe 

Costume: Onono – Ad Ferreira, Maria Elizabete Vasconcelos and Sirley Ferreira  

Sound track: Schubert – Symphony No. 3 & No. 5 

Production: FUTURA

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Date and time

10/02 • 3:00 PM to 15h23

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Duration 23 min.

Recommended age: All ages

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live programming | oct 2021