Premiere! Soloperformance that explores themes as identity and our need to define others and ourselves.
“Roots are trying to dig into my skin, duele, it hurts, even I know they are only trying to get some nourishment, then they carry on floating away into a sea of sand eller av sukker o de sangre or of herbs without needing to grasp into one single spot. Som vanlig someone then comes and asks me where I am from y preguntan de donde soy, where my mother is from, hvor faren min kommer fra, de donde vienen mis hijos, where my phone is from, where my cat is from. I open my mouth to answer pero solo escucho a distant echo y me doy cuenta de que no es mi voz, its not my voice, its the voice of the one who asked the question. Jeg prøver å se, I try to look them into the eyes and say that I am very typical, that my husband is very typical, that my child is very typical, que somos una familia bien tipica, tipicamente tipica y que juntos siempre tipiqueamos porque somos tipicos, that I am like you and not like them, at jeg er som dem og ikke som deg. Then Mormor, then my grandmother, then Mormor turns around og ser på meg and talks to me, in my head.”