January 30 - February 2 / February 5-9

MAL PELO, María Muñoz - Pep Ramis L’esperança de vida d’una llebre

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L’esperança de vida d’una llebre is a poem about the figure of a hunter and his memories. Inspired by the writings of Neapolitan author Erri De Luca and philosopher María Zambrano, the piece is a reflection on time and memory in an evocative space that elicits images and stories: the forest. A proposal that focuses on the group, the identity of the body and its ability to generate action and compose onstage.

María Muñoz and Pep Ramis formed the dance group Mal Pelo in 1989. Since its beginnings the company has based its work on unremitting research into languages. During its early years, the group went on numerous international tours. Among other awards, Mal Pelo has received the 2009 National Dance Prize from the Spanish Ministry of Culture and the 2001 National Dance Prize from the Catalan Government. In 2001 Pep Ramis and María Muñoz opened L’animal a l’esquena, a centre for creation and multidisciplinary exchange based at a farmhouse in Celrà (Girona). The centre is a haven for experimentation and the exchange of ideas and experiences among stage directors, musicians, video artists, theorists and dancers, who participate through residencies, workshops and laboratories.

Direction María Muñoz, Pep Ramis
Creation and performance Leo Castro, Enric Fàbregas, Jordi Galí, Federica Porello, Pep Ramis
Director’s assistant Neus Villà
Artistic collaboration Carlota Subirós
Lighting August Viladomat
Sound space and soundtrack editing Fanny Thollot
Composition original music Alia Sellami

 

Production Mal Pelo, Mercat de les Flors, El Canal – Centre d’Arts Escèniques Salt/Girona
With the collaboration of Centre de creació L’animal a l’esquena

Informació pràctica

Temporada: 2013-2014

January 30 - February 2 / February 5-9

8:30pm (Sunday 6pm)

Sala MAC

16€

Més informació

www.malpelo.org
www.lanimal.org

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