Osso Club: Enric Ases, Andrés Corchero, Pep Ramis, Piero Steiner
Mercat de les Flors - Sala Pina Bausch | 12/07 - 13/07
Enric Ases, Andrés Corchero, Pep Ramis and Piero Steiner have long known each other when in the fall of 2016 they decided to associate themselves seriously to share their particular ways of doing. They will put different disciplines and languages at the service of a desire for synthesis, encounter and discovery. Four men of the same age, of equal height and with the same objective: the search for new expressive forms and a common language that allows them to reach the heart of the viewer.
Either individually or in groups like Mal Pelo, Raravis, Baró d'evel or Los Los, they have been investigating new ways of doing things, where movement, word, and sound and physical spaces create landscapes, a great emotional and poetic power. This hybridization of very personal backgrounds is posed as a challenge, a dizzying step towards unknown paths. They would do it under the watchful eye of two women, María Muñoz (co-director of Malpelo) and Leo Castro (regular collaborator of Malpelo and L'animal a l'esquena).
The outcome of this unique combination is La set i la revolució / Thirst and revolution, an intense, tragicomic, poetic and fuzzy piece at the same time. This a show that invites us to reflect on friendship, disappointment, age and hope.
A production of 2019 Grec Festival of Barcelona, OSSOCLUB, Temporada Alta and L’animal a l’esquena, Centre de creació (Celrà).
Concept, direction and interpretation: Enric Ases, Andrés Corchero, Pep Ramis, Piero Steiner Co-direction and staging: María Muñoz Artistic collaboration: Lilo Baur Scenography: Pep Ramis, Pep Aymerich Musical composition: Fanny Thollot Sound concept and design: Fanny Thollot Assistant to direction: Leo Castro Costume: Osso Club Lighting design and technical coordination: August Viladomat Sound technician: Andreu Bramon Video realization: Leo Castro Texts: Osso Club, Roberto Juarroz, Dambudzo Marechera Additional music: Fragments of Bormes les Mimosas, d'Henry Salvador; Barn Dance, of Fred Frith and Darren Johnston; Postmodern Jukebox, of Royals; The Beatitudes, of Kronos Quartet; Estonian Lullaby, of Gidon Kremer Production: Edu Teixidor, Elclimamola
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