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Published on Jul 13, 2018
'Malay' speaks about our need to categorize reality and group it under names, labels, stereotypes, immutable realities ... As individuals we present ourselves with names that were arbitrarily assigned to us, with our academic degrees, with the professions that we carry out ... And it seems that because we always call ourselves the same and do a certain job we can reduce it to just that. What else do I have if I am Jose, Julia or Aluna? What else do I have if I am a Data Analyst or baker to be considered as a person? And what about our art, which should also be categorized and reduced to the label when it comes to something full of nuances? What else is the name of the genre of music that is playing if it transmits something to you? Labels are hypersimplifications of a complex world and, unwilling to endure them, we wanted to vindicate that, in reality, we are nothing more than water (let's use that reductionism) so we accept it and 'let's dance, love songs in Malay'.
Produced by La Bemba Co-directed by Diego Martin Tereso and Andrés Caldera Dancer: Clément Hamilton Graphic Design: Rocío Larrumbide Special Thanks to MOODLAND