The choreographer DANIEL ABREU will make a creation with the students of the international Training program of La Faktoria, leading them to immerse themselves in a creative process and bringing them closer to what will be the reality of their work life. A process where they explored their creative and interpretive capacities.
The choreographic work of Daniel Abreu is defined in the use of simple tools of interpretive language, the strength and personality of the dancers, the suggestive landscapes that derive in the construction of images of great close and dreamlike weight, and a sensitive sound environment. The different translations of the scenic image and a story of great poetic weight, an outstanding feature in each work, support each of the premiered creations, with solo or group format.
NEBULA: It is an abstraction about the Concept of Space. From microorganisms to the great constellations of the universe. From an Amoeba to a Nebula, from a Nebula to an Amoeba.
The cycle of life as an engine to remind us of the tiny contribution of the human species over time and the great responsibility we have to preserve what we know.
OPEN GATES: It continues the line of choreographic research that I started in the work Elektrical Body, seeking inspiration in the electromagnetic force.
In this creation we focus on the “doors” that we open to direct our intention to the environment, understanding it as a play of energies that sculpts space through movement.
IN PERSPECTIVE: As the public walks, they will find different scenes inspired by the textures, colors, lights, perspectives and other elements that make up this 16th century building. A show conceived exclusively for this place, a different way of discovering space through dance, where every corner reveals a surprise.
These shows were free to the public, who highlighted the quality of the proposals, their originality and the professionalism of the interpreters.
This program was carried out with the support of the Government of Navarra, Innova Cultural of Fundación Caja Navarra and La Caixa, Casa de Cultura de Villava and the Pamplona City Council.