Walky Leaks is a series of performances produced repeatedly in different contexts and situations and becoming a durational project accompanying my practice.
I developed a guideline to create performances that allows me very open and flexible results, adapted to each different context.
1 Analyse the space and its context (architecture, physical conditions, history, public, cultural and social context…) were the performance will take place.
2 create a site specific “guided tour”, with the aim of moving from one point to another changing location and point of interest. In the tour I explain fictional stories inspired by the context, wich introduce the public to a fantastic world which opens an active reflection in relation to time and space.
3 Besides voice I use different creative resources such as:
actions or movements,
objects alteration of the space / installation,
painting or construction of a set
sound or music
4 ACTIVE PARTICIPATION OF THE AUDIENCE
The active participation of the public became essential for my performance work!
The aim lies in finding strategies to engage the public actively and swap the habitual role artist-viewer.
The public is requested to actively engage by: explain personal stories, shape clay or create a sculpture, paint, sing, dance, touch… depending on each context.