My Heart is a Poised Cithara, 2020

By establishing a dialogue with the figures of Hercules and Aesculapius – present in the room – the performance MY HEART IS A POISED CITHARA revisits the aesthetic canons that constitute the prototypes of beauty, perfection and masculine strength​,​ emphasized over the centuries by classical statuary. In the sequences of slow and calibrated movements, there is a constant approach and distancing between the bodies which triggers a reversal of the normative standards, questioning the iconographic patterns and the Western aesthetic canons.