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  1. an imperfect metaphor, allegory. anthropomorphism. ready-made analog. attempts at the understanding of all things.

Started in 2011 (expected release 2021)

Dancing with madness is the working title of a documentary project in collaboration with dancer, art therapist and professor Cássia Charrison (Rio de Janeiro, Brasil).

In 2004, the mental health hospital Dr. Eiras (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), the largest private mental health asylum in Latin America at the time, went under a Federal intervention after 120 people died over 4 months. In an effort to prepare the institution for closure and place patients in more humane/ autonomous facilities, Cassia Charrison, a contemporary dancer who had been studying therapy through movement, was invited to work with the patients. the idea was to give voice to their bodies so they could communicate more clearly, return to walking, eating, talking again, faculties that most of them had lost during their period of incarceration and abuse.

When I saw Cassia interacting with the group for the first time, I was perplexed by how organically she communicated with them. Despite those people were severely impaired regarding their speech and general social interaction, it seemed very possible to communicate with them. After observing her work for a while, I told Cassia I was thinking about approaching the issue from the perspective of language, she smiled at me and said: Yes darling, it is the language of love.

Throughout the years, as a result of working with Cassia, two video pieces were made. Both were exhibited along with Cássia’s talks at Angel Vianna College colloquium (2013), at Angel Ocupa NISE (2018). The second one, Wearing the Inside Out, was exhibited in the show Concerning Human Understanding, at the SVA Flatiron Gallery (2015).