Nude, or the dynamic of temporality

Nude, or the dynamic of temporality.

Nude, or the dynamic of temporality. Gonzalo Bénard at PickPocket Gallery

Nude, or the dynamic of temporality. Gonzalo Bénard at PickPocket Gallery

There is no temporality in the eternity as there is in the moment in which we live. In the present moment, which is done by the borrowed moments of our past more conscious in the now: So we dance nude in this temporality dynamic. Or we should.
From the dances of the consciousness of the subconscious from the mind which awakes from a coma or from one night. From the dances of rituals that we sometimes create within our worlds as we lost some other times. In the awakening of the skin senses and of the body and of the elements of the water, and fire and air and earth. Nude.

In dynamic pasts of temporality from other cultures and other rituals with our bodies because humans with different tones of skin as there is different tones of earth and of water as balance of dynamic expression of beings and souls that awake without being awaken. Hybrids.
The past in a moment that is memory of the movements of the body transported to a present of ancient rituals of dance of the souls and bodies that are all of us. The beasts also dance the memories of the movement. In a pas de deux in a dance with our même in its dynamic of the temporality that takes us to the eternity of the moment that we allow us to dance. Like the god of Nietzsche.
In the nude, without fears, we live as we dance, even if there’s no temporality in the consciousness of the being itself. As we dance, I say.
Only the dynamic of the eternity.
Dance.

Nude.

Awakening Bodies #2, by ©Gonzalo Bénard

Awakening Bodies #2, by ©Gonzalo Bénard

InShadow, Lisbon, with Gonzalo Bénard at PickPocket Gallery

InShadow, Lisbon, with Gonzalo Bénard at PickPocket Gallery

Nude, or the Dynamic of Temporality, is an exhibition of photography by Gonzalo Bénard

at PickPocket Gallery, Lisbon/Portugal, November 28 at 6:00pm until December 7 at 8:00pm.

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