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Festival - International choreographic meetings of Seine Saint-Denis - Réquiem para un alcaraván

Cultural ,  Festival ,  Dance in Aubervilliers
  • In Mexican culture, muxes is a recognized and accepted third gender, but whose self-determination remains transgressive. In this show, Mexican performer Lukas Avendaño explores his muxe identity!
    >>> Duration: approx. 50 mins.
    >>> From 15 years old.

  • Mexican performer and anthropologist, Lukas Avendaño is neither man nor woman, but muxe. The third gender of Zapotec culture (pre-Hispanic civilization of Oaxaca in southern Mexico), muxes are "men-women", who assume roles culturally intended for women, professional, emotional, emotional and sexual.

    In his dance performance Réquiem para un alcaraván (in French, Requiem for a Screaming Oedicnema, a species of bird in which the male is sometimes sacrificed by the female after mating), Lukas...
    Mexican performer and anthropologist, Lukas Avendaño is neither man nor woman, but muxe. The third gender of Zapotec culture (pre-Hispanic civilization of Oaxaca in southern Mexico), muxes are "men-women", who assume roles culturally intended for women, professional, emotional, emotional and sexual.

    In his dance performance Réquiem para un alcaraván (in French, Requiem for a Screaming Oedicnema, a species of bird in which the male is sometimes sacrificed by the female after mating), Lukas Avendaño questions queer identity in Mexican representations and invites the public to participate in the “feminine rites of passage” of muxe, dismantling in the process the fantasy of a queer friendly Mexican ideal seen from the West.
  • Environment
    • Close to a public transportation
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Services
  • Accessibility
    • Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs
    • Mobility impaired
  • On May 11, 2024
  • Full-fare
    14 €
  • Reduce rate
    10 €
Schedules
Schedules
  • On June 11, 2024 at 9:30 PM
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