Borbulho is a piece about metamorphosis, for audiences of all ages. Janaina Tschape creates a scenic setting, stylized almost as a comic book, with saturated colors, and a plastic landscape of simple lines, made of fabric and floating balloons. In this imaginary universe beings appear, and develop. They walk, sleep, play, and they are put into motion through a curious evolution, inspired by the limitations of their invented bodies. In contrast with the Darwinian theory, in which the strong survives, Borbulho is embedded in the theory of Gaia, for which the symbiosis between beings creates the complexity of the future species. The piece depicts the fragility of human beings in the world as we know it.