September 20 to 30, Monday to Thursday, 9.30-10.45 h
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With ticket or single class of nunArt Guinardó.
Single class: 8 €
10 class ticket: 65 €
The proposal of this space is to raise awareness and presence through an active body and available through different physical mechanics.
I explore that body and thought that works in the face of both physical and sensitive availability in search of a present body. Understanding these values, the activity will be open to all those who simply want to discover how a "physical" and active body can be fluid and stress-free.
Training begins with a warm-up based on stretching and different improvisation patterns that will put us in touch with the floor and other bodies. Next, through choreographic sequences, we will explore the earthwork and the spiral, adding different acrobatic mechanics starting from a fluid and analytical body.
Trained in Barcelona in contemporary dance in Area, espai de dansa i creació. When she completed her studies, she settled in young companies and participated in various choreographic projects at the Institut del Teatre. Meanwhile, she continues to train participating in different workshops and seminars with international teachers and artists.
As a performer, he shas worked with different companies and independent artists, such as Cia. La Taimada, Ana Borrosa, Roser López Espinosa and has been part of the National Dance Production, a pioneering project in making visible, sharing and bringing contemporary dance to new audiences, choreographed by Roser López Espinosa and Thomas Noone, touring different Catalan cities.
As a creator, since 2016 she has been carrying out commissions for small productions, developing "Madre" at the Teatre Auditori de Granollers, "T-shirt, T-shit, Texit", inaugurating the new Roca Umbert Arts in Movement Center, and "Òxid", scenic part of Manel Batlle's posthumous work, “Transformador del temps”.
She currently combines teaching and creation while on tour with the shows Trama y Novembre, by Roser López Espinosa.
Original image: Nerea Gastón