YO OBSOLETE embodies visual imagery that touches on gender identity, male stereotypical behavior, gendered toys, fetishism and pop culture. It is a visual and kinesthetic collage based on childhood experiences integrating movement with a performing object. The dancer’s unselfconscious abandonment simultaneously reminded us of the precious and formative secrets of childhood identity formation, while also serving as an ultimate homage to the present. ~The Dance Enthusiast~
Concept, movement, performance, set and intervened object: Christopher Núñez
Images by Roger Ruíz.