Trespass_Tales of the Unexpected borrows the structure of Trespass_Processing an emerging choreography to generate perceptual multiplication. Thinking of accessibility as an integration and amplification of reception, in this version the work can be seen and heard. A choreography and a story, both created in their extemporaneous nature. The multiplication of access allows work to manifest itself in multiple and communicating forms.
The choice to multiply and overlap, two voices that tell of a single body, returns a complexity that Trespass wishes to bring out. The point of view is not univocal, it has already shifted. The aim is to bring a description of reality and at the same time its alteration. The intention is to generate a vision that exists only for that choreography and only for that story. Lead the observer and the listener to ask themselves what narration actually is if not an excuse to imagine an elsewhere.
Trespass_Tales of the Unexpected creates a tale that is simultaneously accessible to blind, visually impaired and sighted audiences. It subverts planes of reality, fantasy, power and access. From a technical point of view, it amplifies perceptive sensoriality thanks to a sound spatialization that creates an amniotic environment in which voices, noises, gestures and music merge.