Day 10_Café Müller

[Gentes del mundo, el coronavirus nos ha encerrado. Pero no sólo no podrá con nosotros, sino que vamos a aprovechar el encierro al máximo. Aquí va mi idea del día.]

Repetición, rutina, comportamientos extremos que llevan al desafío de hacer extraordinario lo cotidiano… casi todo lo que Pina Bausch transforma en emoción se resume en su Café Müller. Lo doméstico visto a través de lo consciente y lo inconsciente.
Seguimos encerrados y los aplausos cada tarde desde nuestros balcones, dedicados a quienes están trabajando por nosotros ahí fuera, no hacen si no crecer y crecer. No se convertirá en rutina.

[People of the world, the Coronavirus has locked us up. But not only will it not be able to take us, but we will make the most of the lockdown. Here’s my idea for the day.]

Repetition, routine, extreme behaviours that lead to the challenge of making the everyday extraordinary… almost everything that Pina Bausch transforms into emotion is captured in her Café Müller. The ordinary seen through the conscious and the unconscious. A lot to think about.
We’re still locked in and the applauses every evening from our windows, for those who are working for us out there, are only growing and growing. It won’t become routine.

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