The work I have been developing lately questions and researches around the construction of performative space.
In the last years I have developed a series of ‘spatial practices’ as a methodology of research and creation.
They refer to small performative actions that are invisible in many cases, and in which the roles and borders between performers and audience are blurry. Their purpose is to relate the body that performs them with the surrounding architecture. They are designed around the question of how can daily usage rules be broken in certain spaces through small actions.