“YOUGUR” by Carlo Mô (a contemporary Sisyphus-clown, directed by Leandre)


Carlo Mô appears with a wall on his back, carrying everything he finds, with his absurd survival instinct.

Like the burdens of life, all this sometimes becomes something beloved and necessary, and other times a useless and endless work, similar to that of Sisyphus in Greek mythology or that of Diogenes accumulating emotions and memories.

Absurdity gives meaning to his life and perhaps to ours.

Outdoors version teaser (Indoors, below)

Indoors version: