In Buyit, Adrián Arriaga Madrigal invites the public to be a spectator of a deconstruction game. He seeks to explore pathways in memories, analyses the behaviours that he identifies in them that are incorporated in the subconscious, and then plays with re-interpreting them through the body and the image. The dancer walks in slow motion along a pathway of the ego and questions the social construct - desires and illusions of which we are not aware. How often are they placed by mechanisms carefully calculated by the market? Through this ritual of exploration, he advances towards catharsis to free himself with the thought “I think I am the centre of the universe, everything revolves around me, I am my world” being the focus of attention. In this we see the artist in a duel, in a loop of physical and mental patterns.
Choreography and Interpretation: Adrián Arriaga