The Hole is a piece that explores the gap between perception and reality of our own freedom.
Theater and dance are intertwined in a somewhat cinematic narrative through lights, sounds, music and images that are repeated in confusing fragmentations and changes of pace.
In many countries, voluntary termination of pregnancy remains illegal… This dance revolves around a very pressing question:
Why do we call ourselves "free" when we have no control over our own body? So, Who has power over our own body?
The Hole is the symbol of all things in this play, establishing a relationship of subjectivity with our reality, perception, memories and sexuality.
Choreography & Direction: Julieta Tetelbaum
Music by György Ligeti - String Quartets
Performer: Marina Goita