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IDN 2013: Trinity

16 & 17 February
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    20.30h (dg, 18h)

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Trinity chronicles the journey of a body through different states of spatial perception. A body in motion always closely linked to an environment sensitive to its actions, which proposes a journey through landscapes and audiovisual textures while accompanying it. The feedback generated by this basic connection is what permits the manifestation of the elements in space and their mutual coexistence.

This piece was created as part of a process of research and creation first presented at this year’s IDN festival. The project seeks to transparently integrate the use of technology in the narrative itself and onstage, while maintaining high levels of real-time interaction between its three components: movement, sound and image.


Iris Heitzinger. She studied at the Anton Bruckner Privatuniversität (Linz) and continued her training in England, Holland, Belgium and Finland. Since then she has worked as a freelance performer with various artists and companies. Apart from her work as a dancer, Iris organises classes and workshops devoted to contemporary dance, work and improvisation in several countries. She is co-founder of the Guinea Pig Collective (www.gpigs.com) and creates her own individual works under the name of Miss Luiss Twisted (http://missluisstwisted.gpigs.com).

Iris lives in Barcelona, where she continues to carry out research into her own artistic language in collaboration with artists from other fields.

Oscar Sol. He works in the visual arts and interactive technology fields, which he began to explore in 2007 after a internship with the interactive dance company Troika Ranch and the Lemur group in New York. As a visual artist he has specialised in the development of real-time generative visuals using the programming tool Jitter (Max/Msp). In 2009 he launched the group project Electronic Performers, which takes a very particular view of the use of interactivity in both its theatrical and installational aspects, and he has participated in various national and international events. In the last few years he has also collaborated with the audiovisual group Lectrovision, Alex Posada (hangar.org), Eric Singer (Lemur, NYC), Cristian Vogel, Nikola Bahna and with the London-based singer Bishi in interactive performances.


Direction Oscar Sol / Iris Heitzinger
Production Electronic Performers
Choreography Iris Heitzinger
Performer Iris Heitzinger
Music Ramón Prada/Vittus
Interactive design Oscar Sol
Visuals Oscar Sol
Wardrobe Ariadna Papiol

Production Electronic Performers
In collaboration with the NU2′s creativity association and El Graner/ Mercat de les Flors