"The clay of the Morumbi Chapel (where the video was partially shot) transforms itself in a body, it pulses with the blind touch of the woman in red. This same touch repeats itself in another scenery, between the fear and allure exerted by the vital potency of a horse. When this horse moves away, in a wide shot that reminds a Kurosawa dream and the wandering of Kitano’s marionettes, she follows it without hesitation.
Pelbart keeps on questioning: 'How does he have the strength to be as strong as its weakness, instead of remaining in the weakness of only breeding the strength?'. This body - that incarnates the new subjectivities made up as life’s power against the power over life – finds the strength way below the surface, leaving the weakness arise, fumbling the real."
Juliana Monachesi, Doll, excerpt