Barricada emerged out of several workshops with Choreograph Marcelo Evelin. It is a performative proposal, a collective practice that contemplates closeness as defensive strategy and togetherness as political position. A choreographic figure in which an entirety of interlinked bodies articulate and dissolve to shape an instant in the space-time continuum and challenge ideas of autonomy and resistance.
at Museum Reina Sofia, Madrid
research and choreography: Marcelo Evelin
artistic assistance: Tulio Rosa
concept and performers: Alessandra Santiesteban, Amaia Castañeda, Andrea Martínez, Carolina Cedeño, Cristina Martínez, Daniel Teba, Florencia Wenzel, Geraldine L. Guerrero, Ilaria Vergani, Javier Pardo, Jimena Pérez Salerno, José Miguel Neira, Luciana Croatto, Marcelo Evelin, María Sábato, Maria Stadlober, María Tamarit, Marina Suárez, Nina Horowitz, Pablo Zamorano, Paloma Bianchi, Paola Lopes, Raffaella Menchetti, Rodrigo Matus, Romina Grisel, Rubén Escudero, Susanne Grau, Tatiana Daud, Túlio Rosa, Ulises Vargas