A piece that lives off the repression of sexual energy and its confrontation with the romantic and religious fantasy that only finds ‘redemption’ in a kind of self-mutilation sacrifice.
Sábado 2 is essentially selfish: the other exists to give substance to our fantasies. We pity ourselves thinking that we suffer because of love, but it is simply imagination and social convention. The text is there to emphasise the stereotype of social conventions, the banality of words and even feelings, almost always fleeting and imaginary.
A piece that seeks to explore the empty whirlwind of the individual who primarily faces inward, looking at the connection with the divine as a kind of redeeming energy.