The culture standardizes body posture, movement to easy expression. Behaviors have meanings culturally known and validated.
In this work I use the language that is not verbal, empirically inserted by all individuals and the basis of their communication, body posture, touch, gesture, face. Actions that are not verbal. The body as a center of information.
In a conversation there are moments when the things that are
said loose their importance. When someone is talking we think our response and that second before you start your speech is the only moment your body is just being you.
The vehicle of communication is the one we know less. Here comes a conversation.
These two videos understand and talk to each other.