The bodies that claim the right to represent themselves use the image as a means to manifest the existence of diverse identities. This selection approaches the body as a fluid territory / landscape and navigates the skins that have served as containers for the emotions generated by violence, confinement and power. The images that we propose here reflect on decolonized genres, opening the way to liberating feminine proposals. They also go through the collective bodies that face repression and talk about intimacy, affectivity, imagination and sexuality.
These short films are divided into two functions of approximately one hour and each of them has three moments related to the expressive axes that the authors address about the body, “diversity”: an approach to race and non-binary identity, “deconstructions”: reflection processes, individual and collective, about patriarchy in the female body, “nature”: poetic essays that explore the limits between life and death.
These artworks provide, from the cinematographic experimentation, a place of expression for the micropolitics of the body and bet on the voices that have been minimized, contributing to the dialogue on biopolitics and corporality as a vehicle of being in the world.