Las Muchas talks about fragility. Fragility related to age, bodies that no longer belong to the social corpus, which are no longer in the official market, but are actually more alive and free than ever: bodies that breathe, weigh, dance, seduce, move and have a different way of positioning themselves.
Listening and letting yourself go through the experiences: physical, emotional, accidental, political, concealment and commitment. A process built by dint of cracks and brittleness, of listening and openness. A “letting yourself rain, letting yourself go” of the body as a whole that generates unexpected and rich landscapes.