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…d’inesauribile segreto borns as an empty and inaccessible space, as Derrida wrote about crypts: “a place within another, but strictly separated from it, isolated from the general space by walls; an enclosure, an enclave”. The viewer is faced with an accumulation of fragmented texts and symbols that cannot be understood, apparently unrelated to each other, an impregnable wall which rises in front of him and that hides a reflection on enclosure, solitude and absence based on poems by Walter Cassara. This secret reflection, driving force of the piece, becomes perceptible throughout the speech not so much for its literal intelligibility, but for the echoes, resonances and inertia that it originates in the space, proof of its existence.
Festival ENSEMS (Valencia
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