Bloody London​

A play with sounds that remind the expression “Bloody Hell” an interjection of either amazed awe or sudden anger. An anger I felt living for few times in London, here represented anonymously. The motivations of so much rancor towards this city are a common denominator with many other metropolises: Repression, Oppression, Lack of empathy in the human race, Anger for a vain fight, Dirt, Pollution, Lack of respect only in relation to the being human, but also towards nature … etc. etc. In Bloody L. I wanted to express my feelings, my anguish and anger, as a personal need not to be trapped by this emotional tornado.