Vacation plans, as it is well known, usually start with trying to save money to spend on the trip; but you need to prepare for the trip, so you end up spending the money you saved buying miniature versions of things like shampoo, liquid soap, contact lenses cleansers, Tide sachets to wash nickers, smelly socks […]Read more "Planes, trains and automobiles"
Well, it happened again and, the conclusion is that I seem to live in this world with, at least, 8 years of delay. On the up side, one can still be surprised by pieces of art that are not dedicated to an incomprehensible level of abstractionism, which seems to be the XXI century mode: installations of […]Read more "Diving bell and the butterfly"
The text below is by a theatre director, one of those people you bump into on the journey and with whom I had the privilege to work, while in Brazil. Although it was not my first time working as a dancer with a theatre director, his sometimes challenging approach to art helped me to stretch […]Read more "Art and politic correctness"
Looking at the calendar I see that January is almost over, and around me nothing has really changed. I might have stopped smoking, but this is something I don’t say out loud, as I don’t want to raise expectations. I might have, and it feels good. No, this was not a new-years resolution, as I’ve never been […]Read more "When non-resolutions work"
Some days are just like that: unpredictable. Maybe, they all are, but yesterday was heavy. I have a companion who has been with me for 16 years, from the Order of Melchizedeck, who is deaf and a little blind, a microtoy, who occupies a huge space in the house, in the kitchen and in the […]Read more "The day I broke the law"