Do you want to live a mutant experience and become a monkey?
A group of people with monkey heads will invade the Moyua roundabout, creating a fusion of art and design. The monkeys will coexist, relate to, and interact with the audience through organic movements; in this way, the public will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in a contemplative atmosphere and reflect on their own perception of the artwork and themselves, thus having a sensory, corporeal, and visual experience.
Subsequently, using the versatility of the space, the spectators will follow the monkeys to a nearby area to continue the adventure, now as active participants. This action will create a social, economic, and tourist impact, and both the monkeys and the participants will explore the boundaries of the place and gain a cultural awareness filled with emotions and feelings that will result in an explosion of colors.
Do you know your most primitive side?
The Monkey on the Streets is an identity that allows people to connect with their inner monkey, with the most primitive side of the human being. To achieve this, through a participatory dynamic, it provides individuals with an experience of self-awareness and reflection, ultimately aiming for a profound change with the goal of generating social transformation.