| For the One who feels
Don’t ask me why
For the One who risks
No Speech for Those
For the One who knows
Who blindly try
For the One who stays
Under the promise
For the One who left
Of a Tomorrow that never came
For the One…
To remain for once
Not the Same|
/Read between the lines, between the skins and the lies/
Primary described as a physical sensation of touch through either experience or perception, the feeling and its emotional impacts on human sensitivity result from a consciously subjective self-exposure. Intense mental activity, uncontrolled or muted, emotions fill the silence of words that cannot be, submerge by their various intensity until the emergence of a unique and honest sensation, the pure feeling, or hypothetical answer to what cannot be described.
From the Greek, no speech for emotions, the hypersensitivity that alexithymia weights reflects a personality constructed by the subclinical inability to identify and describe emotions in the self, which leads to a dysfunction in emotional awareness, social attachment and interpersonal relating. The difficulty becomes to distinguish and appreciate the emotions of others, to identify feelings and distinguish the bodily sensations of emotional arousal, creating ineffective emotional responses. It induces a concrete and logical thinking, creating logical and realistic dreams.
Captured around duet, trio and solo chapters/stories, No Speech for Emotions consists into an open research on the overwhelm that human sensitivity exerts on individuals. Work still in progress…
Performed at Lilian Baylis Theatre and Anya Linden Theatre in July 2019
Premiered at Anya Linden Theatre in December 2018.
Creation in collaboration with Joey Barton
Lara Fournier & Joey Barton
Ludwig van Beethoven – Piano Sonata No. 14 in C♯ minor “Quasi una fantasia”, Op. 27, No. 2
PHOTOGRAPHY, FILM & EDITING