Exposure is the result of a research that started as a series of encounters between myself and an automatic photo booth. After a year of experiments and explorations, the work I will share takes the shape of a solo stage performance that deals with a vulnerability and loneliness living deep within me.  
This work might be biographic. Or not. 
Participants: Alicia Luz Rodríguez 
Thanks: Special thanks to Brett Smith, Svanhvít Juliusdóttir, Hekla Elísabet Aðalsteinsdóttir, Cati Cordomí and Sigga Eir Zophoníasardóttir and all the anonymous collaborators in early stages of the work. To Alexander Roberts and the Performing Arts department at LHÍ, my brilliant mentors and all the great artists that taught us during this year, thanks for their guidance and valuable advice.  
Thanks also to my classmates for sharing the journey and the inspiration, and thanks to all my dear friends who helped in one way or another in this process.
Bio: Alicia Luz Rodríguez Díaz was born to become a retired Chilean actress, which she achieved at the young age of 26, leaving behind her past and baggage to pursue new challenges. She’s fit a lot of things into her life, career, and suitcase. From publishing a zine about abandoned Christmas trees to committing to a year of pink, Alicia does not allow the bounds of genre to restrict her. Now at 28, this Gemini free spirit is approaching the next interdisciplinary phase of her life: graduating from the Masters in Performance program at the Iceland University of the Arts, where everything is coming together as a practitioner of her creative world.   

Exposure (2020), by LHÍ Sviðslistir