Once More is a performance developed in the relationship between two subjects, in a continuous confrontation without brakes. A concert display where body, sound and words are taken as unpredictable elements of the composition. On the same level, light, dark and image are stratified as a rhythmic score in a circular vortex in which even what the body produces is subtracted, in favor of a total performative movement. The inscrutable eye of the camera, in its mechanical subjectivity, records the evidence of what happens, redefining its perception.
Once More is chaos, ecstasy and freedom.