For The Flypitchers Vélez played, conceptually and in the musical sense, with ideas of personal and cultural expressions becoming a work of art as an aesthetic and social proposal, in which process and action become more relevant than representation.
A group of Latin American dancers and musicians set up a “music stall” (like a live juke-box) from which they offered performances for a pound. The group, Raíces Latinas, was formed by immigrant women who have become artists and founded the Gabriel García Márquez School for Children in South London. Some of their students also participated.
From their base at the stall The Flypitchers then ranged around the market area, dancing in the streets and arcades to shoppers and the other stall-holders.