Morpheus is a multiform God who, during the night, connected the human being with his subconscious. Dreams have always been the construction piece by piece of the emotional mosaic of our existence and Morpheus, according to myth, is the one who allows us, with a touch of madness, to immerse ourselves in infinite illusions, taking on the form of the many actors that follow one another in our dream film. Thus, Morpheus is the emblematic God of a different reality.
Each of us is Morpheus, each of us has the ability to sink into the unconscious and experience a different reality, to take on different and constantly changing forms. Dancing bodies symbolise the body of Morpheus, a malleable substance with infinite possibilities of expression, constantly open to trafsormation.
The work ‘Morpheus’ wants to represent that freedom to look at life from other angles, the ability to adapt by taking on other forms, to experience real emotions with more facets. What is the substance of the dream, what are the multiple textures of movement, the different patterns of movement? In what physical and energetic state is the body in the dreaming phase?
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