Antrophical is a performance closer to the theatrical and dance than to the visual arts, which was presented in the lobby of the José Martí National Library and in the El Reino de este Mundo Gallery, as part of the XIII Biennial of Havana that develops until May 12.
This conception is explained by the professional training of Alydia Weber, artist from Aruba, an autonomous island country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, invited to the Biennial that comes from the field of dance and choreography. The Antrophical piece, according to the artist's own criteria, is interactive and therefore it is better to see it than to tell it.
During the presentation the dancers wasted talent and mastery of the typical dances of Aruba, with a strong Caribbean accent. The installation included diverse materials such as wood, ceramics, fabric and metal. The aesthetic conception of Alydia Weber refers to the ancestors, inviting us to question this world from a vision of science that studies the physical aspects and social and cultural manifestations of human communities.
The Biennial of Havana in its previous editions has maintained a close link with this island territory, located south of the Caribbean Sea, and with the region in general. This cultural exchange has manifested itself in an exhibition of artists from both countries since 1993.