projected slide pictures during the talk
Networking monologue (or the song I wrote trying to find you)
Networking monologue (or the song I wrote trying to find you) is a performance in a theater conceived in two: a talk and a gig.
In this two modes of solo speeches -the talk and the gig- befall antagonistic topics.
The Ted Talk and the music concert. The social capital and the potentiality. The intention and the intensity. The choreograhic speech and the free movements. The curriculum and the leisure. The economics and the non lucrative. The power and the love to anyone.
Even thought the two parts are differenced by opposites, the intrinsic rhythm of them is repeated by a constant jump from one paragraph to another, from one potential contact to the next one, from a networking mode to the expand of it, but also from a topic to the next, from one song to the followed, from body movements to all the body sweat, from an individual choreography of an empowered body to, who knows, you might remember the lyrics of my last song when you leave the theater.
Music in the collaboration of Alexander Ebner.
Photos by Mirari Echavarri