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Mondongo exhibited Pinocchio's adult life preserving some traits of the unanimated. Behind a windowpane, the character carried out a series of actions recreating daily rituals or scenes of the world of art. The space where Pinocchio lives simulated a large fort inspired in the Hall of Mirrors of the Versailles Palace but stripped from its opulence, for it is made up of wooden boxes originally used for vegetables. Its depth exacerbated the illusion, evidencing the disproportion of scale between the place and the body that inhabits it. The cincture folded over the character, turning the scene into a self-reflective reverie.With this playful mise-en-scene, where the roles of Pinocchio, the girls and other characters were played by different performers in each action, Mondongo explored issues of gender, and existing taboos on sexuality.