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Voces Otras / Voices Others combines the poems of Bignozzi and Ocampo in a world of common cross-references, from which particular areas of meaning emerge, related especially to the universe of the feminine.
The poems say something that is silent, the music quiets something that sounds.
The time of that "I" of the narrators is a kind of fantastic space in which the masculine presence becomes a heavy, obtuse, unsustainable shadow. While Bignozzi needs that discovery of the "non-human" as the only witnesses of a shadowed pain, but that leaves her in a state of orphanhood and nakedness alone with her cry; Ocampo tells us about the need to lose oneself with that Other, for which it is necessary to ignore almost the world, and to make contact with a divine gaze that can justify it.
"Other voices" is an attempt to illuminate the shadowed, to give voice to what has no words.
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