9-11 March

POLIANA LIMA Las cosas se mueven pero no dicen nada

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A dance piece on the notion of permanence and insistence. Performed only by women and constructed from the sonority of the dancers’ bodies, it evokes the processes of transformation and repetition of nature, without referring to figuration on stage. The movement in the dancers’ bodies, like columns waving in many directions, from their arms thrown with violence and uncontrollability, produce sounds. In this way, a poetics of bodies that stand and resist unforld, a collective body of women that shows its ancestral resilience as a way of being in the world.

Poliana Lima is a Brazilian choreographer, dancer and teacher based in Madrid. In 2011 she made her first creation, the short piece Palo En La Rueda. A year later, she began collaborating with Lithuanian choreographer Ugne Dievaityte, with pieces that toured various national and international festivals. Associate artist at the Centro Conde Duque in Madrid, Poliana Lima is the artist for Spanish Aerowaves 20/21. Her latest piece, Las cosas se mueven pero no dicen nada, will be performed at the Días de Dança Festival in Porto, and in France at the Centre National de la Danse in Paris.

Idea, choreography and direction Poliana Lima / Assistant choreographer Lucas Condró / Lighting design Carlos Marquerie / Audiovisuals Álvaro Gomez Pidal, Alexis Delgado Búrdalo / Performers Clàudia Bosch, Laura Cardona, Ada Continente, Carla Diego, Natalia Fernandes, Cris Manso, Danielle Mesquita, Clara Pampyn, Almudena Perez, Isabela Rossi, Maddi Ruiz de Loizaga, Ainhoa Uzandizaga
Co-production Teatros del Canal de Madrid; Teatro Municipal do Porto; DDD – Festival Dias da Dança; CND/Pantin; Porosus Fonds de Dotation

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Season: 2022-2023

9-11 March

19.30 h

Sala OM

16 €

Running time: 90 minutes

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