The Zig Zag Woman is Grossi Maglioni’s first project as a duo.
Presented in a series of performances in which the artists refer to the famous trick of the illusionist who cuts his assistant in three parts, the project focuses on the themes of perception, sexuality and virtuality.
During the performance, the Magic Box contained the bodies of the artists as they performed a magic show in which their pelvises were isolated.
Members of the audience were encouraged to put their hand inside the box in order to excite the performer, virtually connected to the nearby box, and in the process of reading the 5th chapter of “Actual and Virtual” from Gilles Deleuze’s Conversations.
The Zig Zag Woman Magic Box is made of wood and fabric, through some wheels on the bottom the boxes turn and take different position, making it possible the magic trick of appearing and disappearing of a body.
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