In “Limen” an imperceptible line separates people from each others and establishes their relationships: once the threshold is exceeded, the alarm explodes. Beyond the border, relationships disintegrate irreversibly. But curiosity and instinct make it possible to play perpetually on these territories, those of the limit, to touch and run away, or to rip the line killing ourselves without knowing it.
“You think you have a limit, so you try to touch this limit. Something happens. And immediately you can run a little stronger, thanks to the power of your mind, your determination, your instinct and experience. You can fly very high."
“Limen” is a delicate game of unspoken words, of situations barely touched in an attempt to dare one another without success, it is a dialogue between men who meet on the blade of a razor.
It is a continuous exchange of ideas and invisible contacts, barely hinted at, unreal and suspended, suspicious, always poised, fearful and careful not to cross that invisible border that holds the delicate relationships between humans. A rice paper castle on which the social relationship takes place, a castle that stands on the air.
- 22nd April 2016, Teatro Auditorium – Rho (MI)