La Piel Vacía (Empty skin)
Wrap, contour, limit, means
Jail, mask, shell
Meat, blood, bones, memories, desires Beauty, wrinks,
Plastic, meat, dust, smoke
ARTISTIC DIRECTION AND CHOREOGRAPHY: Paloma Muñoz
CAST: Sara Enrich, Raquel Klein, Laura Lliteras, Lara Misó, Núria Navarra. EXECUTIVE PRODUCTION: Sonia Fernández Lage
MUSIC: Marc Blanes, Nuu
SOUND INSTALLATION: Guillem Llotge (live sound intervention) LIGHTING: Jaume Ortiz
GARMENTS: Laura Diéguez (diseño y confección)
*With the support of C.Cívic Barceloneta and Graner, Centre de Creació del Cos i del Moviment
Circula! Tren de creación y formación de danza selected project.
2018 32 Certamen Coreográfico de Madrid. Patronato municipal de Artes Escénicas y de la imagen de Zaragoza Price. LSD Movement Losdeae price
2017. Third choreography price in CICC Copenhaguen Internacional Choreographic Competition
2016. Premi de Dansa del Institut del Teatre, Sat Teatre price.
On another note, LA PIEL VACÍA brought another project, the video dance EMPTY, published in the fashion film website NOWNESS. Currently, EMPTY is being showed in different festivals: In-Motion Chicago Dance Film Festival, Tiny Dance Film Festival San Francisco.
INSPIRED BY "SPATIAL ENVIRONMENT NO. 51-A1", BY LUCIO FONTANA
Spatial Environment No.51-A1 is an installation by the artist Lucio Fontana made for the IX Milan Triennale (1951) and installed permanently on CaixaForum's hall in Barcelona. An enormous neon arabesque suspended, a continuous curved line of lights that traverse where color, movement, and space converge. Lucio Fontana is one of the most innovative artists of the past century. Painter, sculptor, ceramist and theoretician, he witnessed political, cultural and technological transformations that defined that period. He became known by his techniques of perforating and damaging fabrics as well as for being the founder of the spatialist movement. Fontana was also one of the authors of the 'Manifesto Blanco' (1946), which promoted abstraction, the use of new techniques and the extension of the artwork to the third and forth dimension. With his multidisciplinary practices, Fontana widened the notion of artistic experience to include the artwork within the space that surrounds the spectator.
In BLACKPOOL, Paloma Muñoz gets inside Spatial Environment No.51-A1, understanding 'environment' as a new means to dialogue with using her body language.
“I want to inhabit its reflection, immerse myself in this pool that could be as the stabbings in the fabric of Fontana, the door to another universe with a different time and space. Be neon, arabesque, gas, filigree. I want to become immaterial, dissolve in the movement. A travel, a hole, a fall to diverse worlds. BLACKPOOL is my way to be in those spatial holes made by Fontana, both physical and conceptual.“
Performer: Paloma Muñoz
Sound space: Guillem Llotge
Stage space: Paloma Muñoz and Jaume Ortiz
With the support of Graner Centre de Creació de Dansa i Arts Vives
L E V E/ ENTHROPIC PRACTICES.
L E V E is a project with the goal of addressing my choreographic practice in a flexible and and agile way.
Lightness as an aspiration, theme and working structure. How does the body manifests itself in our times? How something so carnal and physical as dancing can survive to this neglection? How does context affects to the artistic practice itself? L E V E is a question of the language of dance and its values, but it also transforms lightness in aspiration, theme and working structure. The project started in La Caldera Les Corts, centre de creació de dansa i arts escéniques in Barcelona in April, 2018. During the first phase I focused my work on researching my own language in the rehearsal space. This residency generated a first structure in the form of a solo piece “La Jamalara de la Tratano”that was presented December 14th in La Caldera as part of the “Cápsules de creació en cru” program.
212 Carolina Heredia
This work comes from a detailed study the music and rhythms of its partite, and also of two motives: symmetry and spiral. Bitting accents, suspending silences. Vertiginous rhythm in a subtle and delicate work.
Unconventional spaces / site specific 8 min
ARTISTIC DIRECTION AND CHOREOGRAPHY: Siberia / Paloma Muñoz
DANCERS: Amanda Rubio y Paloma Muñoz
MUSIC: Ludovico Vagnone, Anye Bao, Luis Dulzaides