Scars is a performance that talks about the fat body and the discrimination with which it faces.
The elements shown are related to the metaphor of the empowerment of our bodies and the constant struggle against the stereotypes of beauty to which corporal dissidents rebel.
Scars is an encounter between the pain of the fractured body and also the joy and liberation of it, is to remove the stigma that a dissident body is an ugly, useless and disposable body.
About Erika Bülle
She is currently a candidate for a PhD in Arts and Design in the area of action by UNAM. It works on the problem of the fat bodies in Mexico and the discrimination towards this dissidence. She received the distinction of the UNAM scholarship to carry out doctoral studies. Selected the performance festival, Buzzcut Scotland 2017. Selected to perform in Mexico at the Rapid Pulse performance festival, Chicago, 2016, at the performance and live art festival Bem me cuir, Brazil, 2016.
She has participated in conferences at symposiums and institutional colloquia. There are several testimonial writings of her artistic production. It has several electronic and printed publications
Attend this event with a TF18 Day four ticket or a TF18 Festival pass. Day tickets will be available on the door for £15.