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BESTEBRE

Marcel·lí Antúnez
Creation assistants: Erick Jiménez & Thomas Guiraud
From 11:30h to 18h

Open to all

  • Date: 05/07 to 09/07
  • Time: 11:30 - 18:00
  • Place: Centre Fluvial del Delta
  • Map: Google Map
  • Audience: Open to all
  • Price: Free
  • Duration: 90 min
  • Places: 50 places

SYNOPSIS
BESTEBRE is a community creation in which citizens and dance professionals have the opportunity to get involved in a social project, a collective creation. Different local associations and collectives will work together under the direction of the well-known creator Marcel·lí Antúnez Roca. BESTEBRE will be a performative show inspired by the geological characteristics of Delta de l’Ebre, a region that due to its natural, economic and politic singularity, presents a mystic and beautiful rareness.

The creation counts on the assistance of artists Erick Jiménez and Thomas Guiraud.

BESTEBRE is impulsed by L’OBRADOR Espacio de Creación and supported by Ajuntament de Deltebre.

BIO
Marcel·lí Antúnez Roca is a multidisciplinary creator and one of the most distinguished international figures of electronic arts and performing experimentation. He has trained in Fine Arts at Universitat de Barcelona and, in the 80s, he became the founder and leader of the company La Fura dels Baus. From the 90s on, he has focused on research within visual arts, video and interaction with technology; thus, creating an iconic universe based on the incorporation of computer and electronic systems. 

His work has been presented in various festivals, galleries, museums and theatres around the globe. He has received several awards such as: first at Festival Étrange (Paris 1994); Best New Media at Noveaux Cine / Noveaux Médias (Montreal 1999); Premio Max for new performing languages (Spain 2001); Honorary Mention at Prix Ars Electronica 2003, or Arte Excellence Award 2015 Japan Media Arts Festival

Thomas Guiraud, born in 1984 in Chalon-Sur-Saône (France), is a teacher, dancer and artist. He is the founder of Compagnie Touba, which creates projects that link dance and education. His passion for movement encourages him to widen his understanding of what being a human being means.

Erick Jiménez is the founder and director of the Fundación para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Sociocultural SóLODOS and the cultural platform SóLODOS, Artistic Director of Festival SóLODOS EN DANZA - Iberamerican intercultural project, Danza no Claustro and different research platforms, management and artistic exchange. 

SYNOPSIS
BESTEBRE is a community creation in which citizens and dance professionals have the opportunity to get involved in a social project, a collective creation. Different local associations and collectives will work together under the direction of the well-known creator Marcel·lí Antúnez Roca. BESTEBRE will be a performative show inspired by the geological characteristics of Delta de l’Ebre, a region that due to its natural, economic and politic singularity, presents a mystic and beautiful rareness.

The creation counts on the assistance of artists Erick Jiménez and Thomas Guiraud.

BESTEBRE is impulsed by L’OBRADOR Espacio de Creación and supported by Ajuntament de Deltebre.

BIO
Marcel·lí Antúnez Roca is a multidisciplinary creator and one of the most distinguished international figures of electronic arts and performing experimentation. He has trained in Fine Arts at Universitat de Barcelona and, in the 80s, he became the founder and leader of the company La Fura dels Baus. From the 90s on, he has focused on research within visual arts, video and interaction with technology; thus, creating an iconic universe based on the incorporation of computer and electronic systems. 

His work has been presented in various festivals, galleries, museums and theatres around the globe. He has received several awards such as: first at Festival Étrange (Paris 1994); Best New Media at Noveaux Cine / Noveaux Médias (Montreal 1999); Premio Max for new performing languages (Spain 2001); Honorary Mention at Prix Ars Electronica 2003, or Arte Excellence Award 2015 Japan Media Arts Festival

Thomas Guiraud, born in 1984 in Chalon-Sur-Saône (France), is a teacher, dancer and artist. He is the founder of Compagnie Touba, which creates projects that link dance and education. His passion for movement encourages him to widen his understanding of what being a human being means.

Erick Jiménez is the founder and director of the Fundación para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Sociocultural SóLODOS and the cultural platform SóLODOS, Artistic Director of Festival SóLODOS EN DANZA - Iberamerican intercultural project, Danza no Claustro and different research platforms, management and artistic exchange. 

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