The creation, inspired by the artist Barbara Kruger, and in particular by the work "Your body is a battleground", from which it takes its title, wants to investigate the individual's conscience, get to wonder and investigate about how much we've actually put into discussing social models. Obviously it focuses a lot on the role of women in the society of today inspired by the homonymous work, created as pro-abortion advertising, and highlighting themes that still today after thirty years, taking reference to the work, are still very vivid. Who decides what a woman should do or not do? Who decides what should or should not be ?. At the center of the work is the feminine ideal that has the society and that,despite the passing of the years, has not yet been put aside, stored. As the title of the work says all the bodies are a battlefield. This is because all the personalities are preventive and try to be more performative than the social aspect of their lives. Society imposes stereotypes, models and it is increasingly difficult to dissociate ourselves from them, because the world grows and increasingly focuses on the external aspect, on what others think; and social media are certainly a way that emphasizes this aspect even more. The woman, which has always been a symbol of fertility and seduction, is undoubtedly the most subject to exploitation and tries to follow fashion, sometimes even to deform her body. In the creation there is a challenge between two personalities: one who wants to try to be what society asks it to be and expects it to be; another, rebel, who with irony tries to be what it wants to be, and accepts itself for its peculiarities, to be different from all the others. The choreography becomes a tool to understand and analyze the capitalist dynamics that make the body an object. The emphasized movements and the abstraction of the choreographic creation want on the one hand, to highlight the alienation of the human body today and, on the other, with irony, to study a very important and current topic, trying to see it under a different key but without losing its importance. Society took in second moments the means used by Kruger to reaffirm its completely opposite ideas. With the art, in this case dancing, we can easily and perhaps using the same irony, "turn the tables" again and try to permanently delete some models of which we are prisoners.