Paloma Pieldearena ES
Choreography: Paloma Hurtado
There are many lives within a life. What would happen if every day you woke up in a different place in the world and you had to live each one of those lives? Transform the circumstances, transform the body and the soul of the hearts that beat to live, to fly above the miseries of the world. Because another world is possible, in which there are neither tormentors nor victims, in which power is not above the human, in which the values and essence of the people are important.
“My hapless peers with their lofty dreams--how I envy and despise them! I'm with the others, the even more hapless, who have no-one but themselves to whom they can tell their dreams and show what would be verses if they wrote them. I'm with those poor slobs who have no books to show, who have no literature beside their own soul, and who are suffocating to death due to the fact that they exist without having taken that mysterious, transcendental exam that makes one eligible to live.”
(Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet)
CHOREOGRAPHER Paloma Hurtado | DANCERS Paloma Hurtado, Daniel Rosado, Reinaldo Ribeiro | MUSIC Jerusalem (Kroke), Tristesse (La Source des Femmes), Moan Thing (Nick Cave & Warren Ellis), March of the Zapoteque (Beirut)