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April 24, 28 and 30
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Include ticket to 2 performances and activities

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A three-hour show conceived as an anthology that brings together, reorganizes and resituates the Peces distingides from the first three series/shows, produced between 1993 and 2000.

Premiered in 2003 at the “Live Culture” exhibition (Tate Modern, London), the show could be seen later at the Reina Sofía Museum (Madrid) and the Centre Pompidou (Paris), among other unusual venues.

It was also the culmination of the retrospective devoted to La Ribot’s career, titled Occcuupppatiooon! and presented in 2017 at the Tanz im August festival (Berlin). This is a masterpiece that has marked contemporary dance and is undoubtedly one of the keys to understanding La Ribot. During three hours, she performs each piece entirely on her own. In constant metamorphosis, on a floor covered with cardboard and with clothing and accessories fixed to the walls with sticky tape, her body is the guiding thread linking one scene to the next one. The audience can move freely around the performance space and choose the vantage point they like best to contemplate the parade of “distinguished pieces”. These pieces, conceived and performed with millimetric precision, develop around the spectators, who witness a geographical tour of her body that enables them to contemplate the silence of an ephemeral mermaid or witness the scene of an artificial crime. The progress of Panoramix is fluid, moving without a break between La Ribot’s body and the fragments of domestic life that she takes off the walls: a dress, a chair, a book…

“Born in Madrid, La Ribot lives and works in Geneva. Beginning with the winds of freedom that blew through Spain in the 1980s, her work has profoundly changed the world of contemporary dance. Drawing her means of expression unreservedly from theatre, the visual arts, performance, cinema and image, this artist’s work lays the stress on the points of friction existing between different fields and disciplines. Dance is therefore the starting point for multiple experiments anchored in the language of the body. But it is also the site of negotiation between the different contexts that provide the body with a precise location, which this work tends to modify: museums, the stage, video art.” Marcella Lista, writer and curator, 2015

La Ribot’s choreographies have been presented at venues such as the Tate Modern (London), Théâtre de la Ville and Centre Pompidou in Paris, Paris Autumn Festival, Reina Sofía Museum (Madrid), Aichi Triennial (Nagoya, Japan), the Soledad Lorenzo gallery (Madrid), Serralves Museum (Porto), Art Unlimited – Art Basel, SMAK (Gant), MUAC (University Museum of Contemporary Art, Mexico City), and as part of Panorama Rio de Janeiro. Her visual work features in the collections of institutions such as the Reina Sofía Museum (Madrid), Centre Pompidou (Paris), National Centre for the Visual Arts – CNAP (Paris), MUSAC (Castilla y León Museum of Contemporary Art), the Artium (Basque Centre-Museum of Contemporary Art), FRAC Lorraine (Regional Collection of Contemporary Art), La Panera (Lleida), Cajasol Foundation (Seville) and La Casa Encendida (Madrid).

Concept, direction and performance La Ribot / Production La Ribot-36 Gazelles, Londres. Un projecte associate Artsadmin (Londres) / Special thanks to Propietari distingit

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