Concept, choreography and performance: Anna Karen Gonzalez Huesca
Music: Joaquin López Chas, Alejandra Paniagua (lyrics by Mirtha Luz Perez Robledo “Ballad of one city girl”), Charles Chaplin (text from “The Great Dictator”)
Visual artist: Clementine Blossom
Duration: 25 min.
How do you react to loss? How do you speak when your voice has been taken away?...The most powerful people, both official and unofficial, can´t accept free press, which is letting them exposed and making them reach their lowest, murkiest and most inhuman point in their lives. They are becoming the national suffocation, a daily nightmare for all the Mexicans. It is the injustice and deaths that make my body drown; anger and pain manifest themselves. They want to take away free speech from us, but we still have some voices with hunger of justice that are sincere and transparent, we still have written words, movement and images. All of them will remain. Nobody dies while nobody forgets… and we don’t forget.