Thais Di Marco
- DAS Choreography
Searching for power while dancing.
She has left Brazil behind for the first time. She looks at the past and sees only piles and piles of bodies. She would like to participate in the sexual revolution. She would like to participate in the revolution against capital. She would like to participate in the revolution against the nation state. She has studied with Zapatistas and she would like to have a more articulate and rational discourse. However, she finds only impressions, information and experiences forced into/onto her body.
She will regret having written this soon. Because propaganda is the leading cause of death. The only thing she considers important to say is: Colonialism. She is not rebellious, she was born in Candomblé Angola. She learned how to change the lyrics and she learned that modes of existence are silent weapons of resistance.