The imaginary embrace
Juliana lived her first twenty years in the monotonous province of Argentina and has been living for about ten in Buenos Aires, a city of infinite possibilities. Here she learned, thanks to a chance encounter with tango, the art and joy of sharing and inclusion. A space made of joyful, intense and authentic communication, in which we connect with each other to create the dance through an embrace. The embrace of the tango. The pandemic has put a strain on the entertainment industry and everything that revolves around it. In 2020, in addition to facing the economic crisis, artists have had to put their dreams and aspirations on hold. The arts, from music to poetry, theater, cinema, visual arts, dance, are the testimony of a wonderful ability of human beings to express themselves, communicate and imagine. The imagination that has always pervaded the world and nourished hope, becomes a subversive act that stimulates progress and predisposes us to the future.
“For we all live a multiple life and this is indispensable for us to continue living: we live our humble life, but we also live another, imaginary one.” J.L. Borges