Super exposed, super shrill. “Super Superficial” is a performance of movement and sound that bends and breaks surfaces and addresses their transience. A mirage of bodies that deform, shift and merge with the surfaces and boundaries of space. The disciplining of bodies and the carnivalization of shame are followed by shameless physical mass. The performance reverses the images of beauty and mocks their expectations. “Super Superficial” is a gentle exaggeration. And completely naked.
Leo Naomi Bauer