The artworks presented, propose the expansion of film to another type of relationship between the public and the screen. The dialogue with the body, diary entries, essays, audiovisual poems, and the experimentation with the still image or the cinematographic chemistry from the laboratory, favor creative levels from perception and plastic significance. These films resist normality and the primal instinct to go further as a strategy to survive in the face of confinement or daily life, directing emotional reflection on the dynamics of connection with oneself and with others.
It is the opportunity to rediscover aspects of sensitivity, undertaking a journey to reach abstraction and imagination, to identify works made by hand, those of musical improvisation, those who focus movement as plastic expression and those who propose to cross the barrier of time from the research between the transit of life and death on a collection of memories. These films are then presented as discursive bets that include the variables of audiovisual practice under the creative freedom of experimental language.