The rage we have long lived with.
In this performance, El Palomar absorb the aesthetic of citizens’ demonstrations – as they did in Trans trans trans, Propaganda queer, No + or Sin feminismo no hay cultura – crossing it with the language of contemporary art. The rage we have long lived with works by placing a sort of continuous silent interruption among the audience. Like an attempt to live together, this performance places a cast of outcasted amid the crowd. Pushing the limits of self-representation, identity politics calls up for an urgent dialogue and understanding to stop the rise of conservative totalitarian politics.