PuSh Blog


November 14, 2023

A performer lies on a pile of twisted branches holding up a wooden pole struck through three floating layers of paper.

A circus artist and two visual artists come together over paper. From the blank page to the crumpled draft, paper carries our innermost thoughts and universal truths: a witness to the everyday. What else can […]

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November 14, 2023

A photo of a woman balancing on two pots. A scarf is draped over her head. She is holding another pot up with stretched arms.

NOMADA is a journey of the Creator through three worlds; Sky World, Underworld, and Earth. This journey helps maintain harmony of all the earthly and cosmological elements. It is the physical and spiritual act of […]

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November 04, 2022

A performer, barefoot and wearing a yellow jumpsuit, jumps high in the air with arms gesticulating. In the background are red stage lights and red fabric hangings.

Mesmerizing, metaphorical and full of superb acrobatics, this is a circus performance like no other. It begins with an evocation of birth, as a naked man slowly rips his way out through a giant piece […]

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November 03, 2022

Long-exposure image of Juan Ignacio Tula in Instante, standing in a dark room. He is shirtless and stares into the camera, holding a white stack of paper. Circling him are two rings made of many horizontal rings of light motion lines.

For these two dazzling shows, Juan Ignacio Tula and Marica Marinoni start with a simple concept: one human being plus a large aluminum ring called a Cyr wheel. In LONTANO, Marica spins the Cyr with […]

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