Duration : 50 min 

« I am still not sure of the limits to which the body of the human self can stop » Antonin Artaud

Two people, sculpt clay on their heads, bury themselves in the material, eradicate their identity and become living works, mutant with the body of the other and forming dialogue, fusion, rivalry and love. Each in turn, oscillates between puppeteer and puppeteer, knowing that the question of identity is built in relation to the Other. But when the material blinds them are forced to look inwards, into the very depths of their Self. In a fascinating, expressive, total performance, they shift identities on stage, from man to animal and from animal to various hybrid creatures. Their pierces, erases and unravels the layers of his face in a frenetic and uninhibited quest. Painting and sculpting oneself becomes a form of ritual positioned between dance and trance where improvisation is the matrice.