top of page
MARRAFA_1.jpg

MARRAFA

Creation and interpretation:

Esther Latorre

Hugo Pereira

 

Lighting design:

Pedro Fresneda

 

Touring technician:

Jaume Blai

 

Sound design:

BABYKATZE

Management support:

Manu Lago · Galicia Danza Contemporánea

 

Photography:

Juan Carlos Arévalo

 

Costumes:

Jandro Villa

 

With the support of:

Teatro Ensalle · INAEM · Ministerio de Cultura · Gobierno de España · Concello Lugo · Galicia Danza Contemporánea

MARRAFA_11.png
MARRAFA_12.png
MARRAFA_12.png

MARRAFA is an extract of the piece EM·NA

SYNOPSIS

"Where our touch begins, we are.

I am.

You are.

We are?

It is an occupation of reality, a conquest.

You look for the familiar faces.

You hesitate, lacking friction, and you accept,

sometimes unsuccessfully.

The inhabited body.

The enigmatic body.”

 

ORIGINAL IDEA

The piece EM-NA is based on the idea of vibration as a manipulative element. It is an investigation into "subcutaneous acoustics" through vibration and the resulting silence in the body of the other.

The relationship between the performers goes through different states: compressing, stretching, changing the rhythm of their own vibration, and all this starting from their individual physicality.

The scenic composition of the bodies shows the different states and spaces of the same vibration through a contemporary, naked, raw and everyday physicality.

The strong presence of the Japanese world and spirit creates an aesthetic full of meaningful and forceful details.

The duration of each movement almost seems that of a thought, purpose or reflection.

The piece thus seeks to weave together order, chaos, passivity and the echo of the mind projected onto the changing body.

A "momentum" about how full and overflowing the human mind is and the need for silence.

 

EM-NA delves into our animal, instinctive and intuitive reality.

 

EM-NA talks about what the body understands. Self-pirating.

 

Sensitive body

Body home

Body enigma

Social body

Inhabited body

Duration

15 minutes

  • Awarded at the Corpo Mobile Festival in Rome (Italy) and at the 35th Madrid Choreography Competition.

LOS CURSOS
GLOVO.png
TR.png
XUNTAGALICIA.png
INAEM.png
GOB_INAEM.png
TEATRO ENSALLE.png
CONCELLODELUGO.png
UNIOUNEUROPEA.png
GOBIERNODEESPAÑA.png
GALICIADANZACONTEMPORANEA.png
bottom of page