Sun, 12 May|
Former Lazzaretto of Cagliari
Logos 2019 Review: “One need not be a chamber to be haunted”
“One need not be a chamber to be haunted” by and with Aikidoka Belén Bouzas and contemporary dancers Diego M. Buceta and Fran Martínez. Pacido Domingo Company/Galicia Spain with the support of Zerogrammi/Turin
Orario & Sede
12 May 2019, 20:00
Former Lazzaretto of Cagliari, Via dei Navigatori, 1, 09126 Cagliari CA, Italy
The creation has as its source the technique the intertwining of two languages: Aikido and contemporary dance. The methodology based on Aikido as a martial discipline is jointly developed by the actress and aikidoka Belén Bouzas and contemporary dancers Diego M. Buceta and Fran Martínez. Through these languages the piece represents the boundary between pain and love, relationship and isolation, caress and violence. As in Rembrandt's anatomy lesson, the characters lean over the bodies to cross them and examine the material that composes them.
DIEGO M. BUCETA
Graduated in dramatic art (2005/2009) and professional training in contemporary dance (2010/2015). He collaborates with artists such as Álvaro Frutos (2017), Sharon Fridman (2016), Olga Cameselle (2016), Tino Sehgal (2015/2016), Jorge Crecis (2015) and Antonio Ruz (2014). His first solo Las vacaciones másrgas was awarded to the public at the Metro Cuadrado Festival (Galicia, 2018).
Graduated in dramatic art in two specialties: textual and gestural. He studied the Master in Performing Arts at the University of Vigo (2013-2014) where he developed research on a new physical training based on Aikido as a method. The publication of his first book on this is currently close. Since 2009 he has been working in professional physical theater and dance companies continuously.
Graduated in Drama and Bachelor of Dance. He has worked with Tino Sehgal, Dora García, Amélia Bentes, Meytal Blanaru, Jesús Rubio Gamo and Rut Balbís. His first work, latemperatura el temperamento, received the Jury Prize at the Gracias X Favor Festival- Santander, 2017. He is currently creating a new project: humedales, supported by the Centro Cultural Conde Duque and the Centro Danza Canal (Madrid).
THE Prácido Domingo Company
Emerging professional company researching Aikido body language, contemporary dance and physical theatre. Winner of the 1st Prize Xuventude Crea 2017 (Galiza), Critics Prize at the Certamen Choreografico de Madrid (CCM) 2018, Alanís de la Sierra Artistic Residency Prize CCM 2018 and Scholarship Prize for BIDE from the CCM 2018.