This is a text by the Brazilian dance maker, choreographer and performer Isis Andreatta. For Andreatta, “This writing is a reverie about inhabiting the abyss of sub-atlantic life. An outline of a storytelling about subverting physical and metaphysical margins. Diving. A confident act of raving deliriously along the edges is a way of existing beyond the stigmas of “Terra Firme”. For her, this text is a gesture to embody fiction as a commitment with a non hegemonic imaginary and an alliance between anticolonial, anti-racist and anti-manicomial practices.
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