F.U.M.A.R. presumes that pleasure and insatisfaction are intimately linked, that without insatisfaction, pleasure does not exist; that pleasure is nothing but a kind of insatisfaction,  sublimated by memory or sensorial/emotional interpretation.

Taking this hypothesis as a thematic excuse, F.U.M.A.R. seeks to produce communication in a sensorial level. Through various strategies like expectative, empathy or curiosity, the piece takes the spectator to a state where they can experience this relation between pleasure and insatisfaction, not through representation or anecdote, but through practice, through sensation

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