A body is defined as a limited portion of matter. A portion sensitive to strength, will and touch. And as far as what we think for the LEME when we think of the contemporary circus, this portion is mutant, volatile, ephemeral, but infinite in its manifestation and power. Matter here, as a deformed scenario, things as they are not, and flesh that is not known whether it is body or scenery, but which is all matter. In this second edition, we start from the subject so that new ways are opened and new languages for the circus are created. Not only remains the focus on artistic creation and unconventional spaces as improvised stages, but also reinforces the challenge to reflection and critical thinking about the contemporary circus. The festival takes place over five days, one dedicated to the Circus Forum, which promotes reflection meetings between professionals in the area. In addition to international shows, support for Daniel Seabra’s artistic creation, itinerant presentations from the NAVEGAR section and various training courses for professionals, students and families. From December 5-8, LEME challenges artists and audiences to think and touch the limitless possibility of the story.