Hair is beautiful when it is neat and found in the places where it ‘socially’ belongs.
owever, hair might be considered a taboo when found in body parts where it does not ‘socially’ belong, when it’s gone, when it’s covered, when it’s uncovered, at the end of a sink, laying in bunches around the floor, this is an endless list.

Peluda talks about beauty, about aesthetic judgment and about hair questioning our social norms through the language of poetry and absurdity.
Peluda is a hairy celebration.
A meeting of hair of quantity and quality for those who have it and for those who don’t.



Revista Alella:

Perplx, CirkLabo, Circuswerkplaats Dommelhof, Gemeente Rotterdam, La Central del Circ