Movement for a single man
Perversos Polimorfos (Brazil)
Movimento para um homem só (“Movement for a single man”) is a duet inspired by the interventions created by British artist Banksy and graffiti artists Os Gêmeos (Brazil), which occured to Banksy’s occupation/residency “Better Out than In”, held in New York in October 2013.
The work continues and deepens the research initiated by the Company in the show “Banksy Bang” in 2010, awarded by the Klauss Vianna Award, and was originally produced for the 18th Cultura Inglesa Festival (São Paulo, Brazil).
The company Perversos Polimorfos emerged in 2007 under the direction of Ricardo Gali, with the intention to gather a diversity of artists around the discussion of contemporary performance.
In 2008, the group produced a series of events called Sexta dos Perversos (“Friday of the Wicked”), in the form of a cultural lounge in a house of São Paulo, nurturing discussions, diffusing and stimulating contemporary dramaturgy and performance in São Paulo’s scene.
Since then, the group has received several public awards, and developed many shows, including Movimento para um homems só, Imagemnua e outros contos, Bolero, Ânsia, Banksy Bang, Phaedra’s love (according to Sarah Kane), Hamletmaschine (according to Heiner Müller).
Creative interprets: Jerônimo Bittencourt e Lucas Delfino
Lightdesign: Aline Santini
Soundtrack: Lourenço Rebetez
Costumes: Ricardo Gali
Photography and Video: Fábio Furtado
Graphic designe: Estúdio Brita
Movement research collaborator: Beatriz Sano
Artistic collaborators: Natália Mendonça e Mauricio Flórez
Executive producer: Elaine Calux
Production and administration: Gabriel Tolgyesi and Fernanda Moura