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Patricia Guerrero DISTOPÍA Sep. Sun 09 | 23:00 | 25,00€ | BUY

In the previous show “Catedral” Patricia Guerrero finished defining, after years of work, the line to follow as a company option and made the clear decision to create her shows, not depending on the union of independent pictures, but based on the dramaturgy and the staging, loading the inks in the interpretation.

Build the story that has to be interpreted and narrated by the dance and its performers. A narration that, as in “Cathedral”, is cemented with images in a causal manner and defined by music, movement, costumes or set design, which will create that all sought in the proposal.

It could be pointed out as the common denominator of the shows built by Patricia Guerrero the obsession with strength and rebellion within that body of subtle forms, equally safe and curdled. It is about challenging the classic canons of balance and harmony, choosing the imbalance and the excess, perhaps as a reflection of a silent violence that surrounds us, perhaps as a silent reaction to the pain of a society.

This proposed show must also be the true spectacle of emotion, in which the subject will be contextualized: talk about opposites and imaginary beings that have always handled the tradition very well, and that we will place them in a magical space, pretending be a challenge in the field of artistic freedom.

We will take images that take us to fantastic worlds in which we are going to expose a fictitious society with negative characteristics, which are ultimately the cause of alienation and pain, and that should be the engine of our history.

This concept of “dystopia” from which we started “place, landscape, scene in a negative sense”, based on the term utopia set by Thomas More, serves to show a negative society, an ideal society, and therefore non-existent, “a no place “an imaginary place, a place where the action takes place around two defining components: a real nature and another unreal. A plausible (or existing) society, which deformed or evolved towards perfection, utopia. And on the other hand, an unreal nature, with aspects of a fictitious society, and in this case, fiction surpasses reality, giving rise to a distortion of fragments of a broken society extracted from the real world and from which, we want to separate to return to recover a peaceful sleep.


Stage Direction: Juan Dolores Caballero

Choreography: Patricia Guerrero

Musical composition: (to be confirmed)

Lighting design: Ada Bonadei

Technical direction and lighting: Ada Bonadei

Sound: Rafael Pipió, Ángel Olalla

Distribution: Pablo Leira Twelve

Production assistantship: José Manuel Navarro

Production management: Guiomar Fernández Troncoso

Produce: Company Patricia Guerrero and Endirecto FT S.L.,

in co-production with Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla.

Distribute: ENDIRECT FT S.L.

Patricia Guerrero

2016 Venencia Flamenca Award
Giraldillo de Oro to the Revelation Artist at the Seville Biennial 2012
Desplante Award (International Festival of Cante de Las Minas) 2007
1st Prize at the City of Ubrique Flamenco Art Contest 2005

Patricia Guerrero (Albayzín, Granada, 1990) knows flamenco dance in her own home: at three years old she starts her first training in her mother’s academy and her formative process has been enriched with contributions from many different masters, assimilating dance classical and classic Spanish at the same time as flamenco dance. This precocity in learning has also had its scenic parallelism. His first public performance was at the Peña La Platería, when he was only 8 years old. Shortly after, he already shared the stage with Juana Amaya at the Festival Flamenco del Albayzín. At the age of 15 he joined the Flamenco Studies Center run by Mario Maya, whose company he was touring as part of the Diálogo del Amargo cast.

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