CRA’P Collaborations 2019

POLS 2019
[arts en viu a escena]
10, 11, 12 and 13 January 2019
POLS is a Live Arts proposal to promote contemporary Performing Arts productions and promote the creators of Live Arts, with plural artistics works.

For this first edition we present four creations by artists linked to CRA’P.

Friday 11 January at 20h
Antic Teatre, c/ Verdaguer i Callís, 12. Barcelona

“We all have a Body-Document that stores memories, wounds and experiences”.

Cuerpo-Documento is a scenic research project conceived as a multidisciplinary performative archive. It focuses on the female body as a document, as a place of encounter and debate. As a potentially poetic space. This work experiments between the limits of installation, choreography and performance, exploring through different languages such as video, photography and iconography. The Body-Document archive contains different independent folders, in the form of short pieces, that establish dialogue among them according to how they are presented. The First Series is composed of four folders: 1. Gangway; 2. Anatomy of a collection; 3. To be many and not to be any; 4. Appearances.










Interpretation, Creation and Concept: Estitxu Arroyo Sánchez
Artistic Direction: Esther Freixa i Rafols.
Artistic Advice: Toni Cots.
Residences: DNA 2016, Huarte Contemporary Art Center, Tudela Town Hall, Gaztambide Theatre and Navarra Dance Space. CRA’P, .La Caldera 2018.
Acknowledgments: Royal and General Archive of Navarra. MACBA, and MUSAC.
Co-production: Dance Festival of Navarra, DNA 2018.
With the support of the creation burses managed by the CACH and the Government of Navarra in 2018

60 min.

Premiere in DNA. Dance Festival of Navarra, in May 2018. Presented also in La Caldera, Barcelona, June 2018.

Estitxu Arroyo Sánchez is a multidisciplinary performer, actress and Performing Arts maker. She studied Library and Documentation Studies at the University of Zaragoza. Shee studied at the Navarra Theatre School, later she graduated from the Theatre Institute of Barcelona, specializing in physical theatre. Received a scholarship to deepen her studies at the University of the Arts in Berlin (U.D.K). She holds a master’s degree in scenic practice and visual culture organized by the University of Alcalá de Henares, in collaboration with the Reina Sofia Museum, El Matadero and La Casa Encendida in Madrid. At the same time, she followed an integral training in yoga and meditation. She is currently a professor of yoga and meditation at the public University of Navarra, among other places. At the same time in these last 10 years, she works as a professional storyteller and teaches classes and workshops related to the creative act, the living arts, body research and movement.


12€ on line / 15€ at box office / with discounts

with the collaboration of Antic Teatre and CRA’P

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