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Session 6 IRREGULAR SECTION: ‘Delta’ / ‘Not Tony’

May 8
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AIMAR PÉREZ GALÍ presents Delta (provisional title)

Time: 20:30
Length: 25 m

This choreographic score follows in the footsteps of minimalist artists from the 1970s like Lucinda Childs. Mathematical and geometric calculations are used to play with expectations and establish a ritual that evokes the sublime: a closed repetitive structure that aims for a sustained, abstract state within a cosmic construction.


Aimar Pérez Galí (Barcelona, 1982) works in the field of dance and performing arts as a dancer, performer, educator, choreographer, author and writer. Trained at the Amsterdam School of Arts, he worked for several years in Holland and is currently pursuing his career in Spain. His work moves between research on the relationship between dance, movement and education and the development of new procedural approaches to stage practice. His most recent stage works includes The Pandora Project, Declarando amor and The Golden Variations. He has worked and still works with Xavier Le Roy, Nicole Beutler, Nora Heilmann, Andrea Boziç, David Zambrano and Silvia Sant Funk. He is currently a member of the group Las C de Ch, co-director of Espacio Practico and an associate artist at La Poderosa.

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Concept and creation Aimar Pérez Galí
Performers Clara Tena, Carme Torrent, Aimar Pérez Galí
Music composition Sara Fontán

GARY STEVENS presents Not Tony

Time: 21 h
Length: 30 minutes

Not Tony is a quick-change comedy act where certain objects (a hat, a beard, a wig and a pair of glasses) are used to portray different family members.

All speak with the same voice while an ambiguous conflict develops between the interior and the exterior. An unnamed and unknown identity occupies the space vacated by the other characters. This strange entity is a residue that can only be defined as what the others are not.


As a visual artist, Gary Stevens creates live acts based on text and video installations. His work is simple, challenging, meticulous and funny, with the emphasis on the conceptual structures that subvert the body of the performer. Since 1984 he has worked with diverse visual artists, actors, dancers and performers with different backgrounds. His work has been presented abroad in galleries, theatres, festivals and public spaces.

Information about the show

Performed by Gary Stevens and Joaquim Pujol

Production Nicky Childs, Artsadmin London (www.artsadmin.co.uk)

Not Tony was originally supported by live art, London (www.homeliveart.com)