From 6 to 9 July 2012 the Festival DIES DE DANSA held its 21st edition with many contemporary dance companies in different venues of Barcelona. We thank to dancers their participation as well as to collaborators and organizations that helped making this artistic and human event happen. Thanks also to all the team and especially to the public, without whom the festival would have no sense!
dance-tech.tv presents a selection of Piezas Distinguidas by La Ribot (Spain/Switzerland). They are part of what she calls DISTINGUISHED PROJECT which has spanned form more than 20years. The are characterized by their brevity and metaphorical encapsulation questioning “the temporal, spatial, and conceptual limits of dance.”
dance-tech.tv: Elías Aguirre and Álvaro Esteban perform@NerjaDanza, Spain
microdanzas by Jaime del Val (Spain)
A film documentary based on two creative process; the acclaimed dance performance HELL created by dance company Emio Greco | PC in 2006 (Amsterdam, Holland) and the personal interpretation and inspiration through cinematography by film director and scriptwriter Maite Bermudez (Maracaibo, Venezuela).
Inspiration, understanding, crashing and discovering what it is inside of a dance creative process. Imagining Hell, a tango of thoughts, dreams, images, sounds and fantasies reflecting and communicating possible representations of Hell.
These are videos produced during the grid_lab @ nerjadanza 11 and Encuentros Danza Malaga celebrated from October 25th to 29th 2011. Shlomi Bitton Sharon Fridman Claude Brumachon y Benjamin Lamarche Elías Aguirre y Álvaro Esteban (under construction)
Títols per a les vacances
Produced by Marlon Barrios Solano
grid_lab @ EXTRA 11: Suis à la messe, reviens de suite, Oskar Gomez Mata
For the past 10 years, the flame haired artist La Ribot has toured the world with performances that straddle the world of dance, visual arts and performance. La Ribot’s humorous and provocative performances make use of the body’s endless expressive possibilities – political, neutral, minimalist, simple, complex, sexual. In between performances at the Tate Modern in London, La Ribot talks candidly about her working methods and of her passion for dance and art. Peter’s film captures La Ribot’s highly individualistic personality and is an intimate portrait of one of the most vibrant and important artists of recent years.
The Draughtsman is an immersion in Marcel·lí’s work, life, creative processes and artistic obsessions. The drawing of a large mural and a series of animations build up the fabric of the film, which, narrated in the first person, shows us this artist’s own private universe.
The Draughtsman takes a look at contemporary art, from the beginning of the eighties until today, through Marcel·lí’s performances and installations.