The performance Milk and Blood is a poetic narrative that plays with the complexity of mother-child relationships. It arises from the first impression when entering the world, from the moment the child looks deep into his or her mother’s eyes and with admiration tries to understand the pain from which he or she was born. Mother, who is the child’s first world, first sight and first word. From this first sphere, which they form with the child, the mother becomes a mythological
creature which remains forever written in the child and stands in the child always, in good and evil. This painful greatness of the importance to each other leads in the eternal insurmountable inability to understand each other, and questioning all this reveals questions of injustice, injustice inflicted to the child and parent by mutual ignorance.
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