CRA’P Collaborations 2021

Saturday 6 March at 19h
Can Gomà Theatre – Mollet del Vallès

CRA’P presents “Likes” a performance by Núria Guiu Sagarra

LIKES bases itself on the analysis of two of the most popular Youtube phenomena: cover dance and tutorials and videos on the different tech- niques of yoga. The artist approaches the audi- ence from a socio-anthropological perspective with a speech about the social value of a “like” in our digital societies.







Foto Piotr Jaruga

Artistic team:

Direction, choreography and performer: Núria Guiu Sagarra
Artistic advisor: Esther Freixa and Sónia Gómez
Technical assistance: Carles Borràs and Sergio Roca
Costumes advicer: Nestor Reina
Photo and vídeo: Alice Brazzit
Light design and music edition: Núria Guiu Sagarra (Byetone, William Basinski, Mike Posner, Ed Sheeran)
Manager: Fani Benages
Project in residence at: CRA’P, Konvent.0, Espai Bokashi, La Blanca y Sala Hiroshima de Barcelona.

LIKES was premiered at Hiroshima on February 17th, 2018.


Núria Guiu Núria Guiu is a dancer and choreographer based in Barcelona. She graduated at “Institut del Teatre” and joined ITDansa Young Company. Later she worked as a dancer/performer with different companies such as Gisele Vienne, Cullberg Ballet, Batsheva Dance Company (Kamuyot, Riksteatern/Sweden), Carte Blanche Dance Company, La Veronal, Jasmin Vard- imon, Kobalt Works, Ingri Fiksdal, among others. She is a certified professor of Yoga Iyengar and a student of the Degree in Anthropology and Human Evolution at the UOC University. He has worked as an artistic assistant to Gisele de Vienne and also as a performer of some of her creations such as Crowd or This Is How You Will Disappear. Since 2012 she has been interested in choreography and investigates the relationship between body and digital. Likes, was a piece selected on the European platform of Aerowaves 2018, won a special mention as best dance performance in “Barcelona City Awards 2018” as well as an award for best performance in the category of solo dance in the “Awards of the 2018 critique “. Her new works are Spiritual Boyfriends, premiered at the Barcelona Festival Grec 2020 and Futuralgia, a group piece commissioned by Unusual Symptoms of the Dance Theater Bremen. Núria Guiu is currently an artist associated with Graner de Barcelona.

After the performance, a forum will open with the artist and young dance students from the Mollet dance schools.

Free. Limited seats.

This activity is the outcome of CRA’P collaborating with the International Women’s Day Programme of the City of Mollet del Vallès.


Photos: Alba Montañez

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