Bowerbirds is inspired by the birds of New Guinea and is created around their courtship habitus. These birds build their nests as architectures that merge with the environment according to an elaborate ritual of seduction.
The actions of the performance aim to redraw the margins between identity and territory, to experience the 'thresholds' in their making.
The work is about the abstract concept of entry. The bowerbirds' works, which include the outside of the nest, are made to arouse the desire to enter it. This prerogative is paradigmatic in the creation of visions, situations in which the perception of the possibility of crossing a threshold is intense.
Upon entering, moments of fragility are detected and revealed, cracks open in what we perceive. A non-space of incubation is constituted for imagining alternative transformations of the known world.