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Conference: pieces, architectures and fetishes

April 25
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A conference that proposes a tour through the work of La Ribot analyzing the different architectures that his pieces have generated. The radical questioning of the theater representation space is one of the main aspects that define the work of La Ribot. The elimination of the traditional separation between the scene and the room has given rise to a fascinating series of spatial constructions that redefine both the viewer’s place and that of the same dancer. Thus, through stories, documents and models, we will reflect on how, in the work of La Ribot, dance is presented as a choreographic practice that produces peculiar spatial relationships that essentially alter the conditions of theatrical representation.

Jaime Conde-Salazar Pérez (Madrid, 1974) holds a degree in History of Art (1997, Universidad Complutense de Madrid). He earned his MA in Performance Studies (2002, New York University) thanks to a MEC-Fulbright scholarship. Between 2003 and 2006 he directed the “Estrella Casera” Dance Classroom of the University of Alcalá. He has regularly collaborated as a dance critic in magazines such as Por la Danza (Madrid), SuzyQ (Madrid), Ballet / Tanz (Berlin), Mouvement (Paris), Hystrio (Roma) and Obscena (Lisbon). In 2015, he published the book “La Danza del Futuro” (Graner / Mercat de les Flors). As a dramaturgist, he has accompanied the processes of creation of Ben Benauisse, I-Chen Zuffellato, Antonio Tagliarini, Sociedad Doctor Alonso, Claudia Faci, Aitana Cordero, Elena Córdoba, La Ribot, Barbara Sánchez and Aimar Pérez Galí, among others.