Between Dreams and Flowers

Is a corporeal-poetic allegory about death, the path of transformation and the final encounter with emptiness. Delfos moves the viewer with a      dramatic and symbolic interpretation that reveals the beauty at the end of life. Two women, on the way to their own deaths, discover in each other a mirror of transformation and liberation.

"Between dreams and flowers makes the experience of death a cold, bleak, dim place, but immeasurably beautiful ... creating an aesthetic experience that is stirring…it flows and lands in a beautiful and dazzling stage visual”

Northwest Newspaper October 2015 / Hector Guardado




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