THE WOMAN DECOMPOSED - Solo performance

The Woman Decomposed
breaks down and builds up again and again.
Built and destroyed without acceptance or rejection, observing herself looking at the mirror of loneliness.

The Woman Decomposed
breaks down and builds up again and again for pleasure, pain, disappointment, rebellion, questions, love and freedom.
The Woman Decomposed
is one thing and at the same time another. She is what we are, what we are not and what we wanted to be – many in one.
The Woman Decomposed
breaks down, broken up again and again, trying to find her part, part of which we are all part, at least in part as part of humanity.
The Woman Decomposed
is a microcosm of a broken world, broken down by its own tragedy, the tragedy of loneliness among the crowd, of contradiction, of dissatisfaction.
The Woman Decomposed
does not flee from herself; instead, she embraces her tragedy and laughs at it until disorientation.

Created at The Grotowski Institute, Wroclaw, Poland in 2012 (Laboratory Theatre Space) as a part of Studio Matejka research.