I’d rather not
I’d rather not is a dance floor punctuated or interrupted by 20 meetings explicitly established with the people who occupy the seats of spectators. In this performative situation, two distinct scenic devices coexist: the dance floor and the situation of one-on-one meetings. The relevance of these meetings will then be proportional to the presentation of the show to a secondary level – its discredit. Let us take advantage of the situation, if only to dedicate ourselves to other matters. And, by the way, those present are asked to keep their focus on themselves this time, through the imminent refusal of what we have become and the strengthening of their subjectivity.
Andresa Soares, design and performance.