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GIZAKI

Lali Ayguadé & Akira Yoshida

Dance

  • Date: 16/07
  • Time: 22:00
  • Place: Plaça de les Dones
  • Map: Google Map
  • Audience: Open to everyone
  • Price: 5€
    (includes every performance of that evening)
  • Duration: 20 min.

SYNOPSIS
Gizaki is a piece created during COVID-19 lockdown and influenced by it. Two characters coexist in a room and analyse the human being: a reflection about the mechanism that lay under us, on a physical level (shape, complexity of movement that people have) and interior level (emotions, everything that you can’t see but you can feel) and about the bridge that unites both worlds. 

What is true and what’s a lie when we coexist with the interior and the exterior? Ambiguity is very present. You can see people, but you won’t know if they feel or they don’t, if they are happy or they are not, if they smile because of emotion or a mere execution. We find ourselves in front of another type of person who has another type of logic.

BIO
Lali Ayguadé and Akira Yoshida are two artists that have worked with companies such as Akram Khan, Hofesh Shechter, Marcos Morau, ROPA / Roberto Olivan Performing Art, Baró D’Evel, Hungry Sharks, Lali Ayguadé Co, etc. Also, they have created their own pieces. Both combine performing with teaching around the world. After sharing their research during the COVID-19 pandemic, they created Gizaki.

ARTISTIC RIDER
Direction and choreography: Lali Ayguadé and Akira Yoshida 
Interpreters: Lali Ayguadé and Akira Yoshida 
Music: Fanny Thollot - Processio; Marc Ribbot - shsh shsh; Jozef Van Wissem - In templum dei y The evpatoria report - Taijin kyofusho
Light design: Conchita Pons
Costume design: Ferrán Casanova
Supported by: L’OBRADOR Espacio de Creación y Nunart Guinardó

SYNOPSIS
Gizaki is a piece created during COVID-19 lockdown and influenced by it. Two characters coexist in a room and analyse the human being: a reflection about the mechanism that lay under us, on a physical level (shape, complexity of movement that people have) and interior level (emotions, everything that you can’t see but you can feel) and about the bridge that unites both worlds. 

What is true and what’s a lie when we coexist with the interior and the exterior? Ambiguity is very present. You can see people, but you won’t know if they feel or they don’t, if they are happy or they are not, if they smile because of emotion or a mere execution. We find ourselves in front of another type of person who has another type of logic.

BIO
Lali Ayguadé and Akira Yoshida are two artists that have worked with companies such as Akram Khan, Hofesh Shechter, Marcos Morau, ROPA / Roberto Olivan Performing Art, Baró D’Evel, Hungry Sharks, Lali Ayguadé Co, etc. Also, they have created their own pieces. Both combine performing with teaching around the world. After sharing their research during the COVID-19 pandemic, they created Gizaki.

ARTISTIC RIDER
Direction and choreography: Lali Ayguadé and Akira Yoshida 
Interpreters: Lali Ayguadé and Akira Yoshida 
Music: Fanny Thollot - Processio; Marc Ribbot - shsh shsh; Jozef Van Wissem - In templum dei y The evpatoria report - Taijin kyofusho
Light design: Conchita Pons
Costume design: Ferrán Casanova
Supported by: L’OBRADOR Espacio de Creación y Nunart Guinardó

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