Javiera Peón-Veiga CL
17:00 – 18:15
- Wheelchair Access Impaired mobility
- Duration: 75min
Ibero-american Dance Platform
Steam is used in the performance. The audience moves through the space. There are individual seats if needed. The space is wheelchair accessible.
Choreography: Javiera Peón-Veiga
HAMMAM explores the potential of water vapour and sound for affecting bodies and environments. This is a transdisciplinary project that generates intersections between dance, sound art, performance and writing, developing pieces in various formats such as sound capsules, an editorial publication, a dance performance, body practices and vaporous concerts. The dance performance proposes an immersive experience where the audience is invited to circulate and take a collective ‘bath’ through sound, light, sweat, temperature and water vapour.
Artistic Crew / Team:
ARTISTIC DIRECTION Javiera Peón-Veiga | CREATION Claudio Muñoz, Antonia Peón-Veiga, Rodrigo Sobarzo, Natalia Ramírez Püschel, Javiera Peón-Veiga | SOUND DESIGN Rodrigo Sobarzo | LIGHTING DESIGN Antonia Peón-Veiga | PERFORMANCE Claudio Muñoz | DOCUMENTATION Natalia Ramírez Püschel | COLLABORATORS Luc Delannoy, Rodrigo Ríos Zunino, Luis Enrique Díaz-Lazcano, Andrea Moro, Núria Buch Canet, Daniela López, Mario Carreño, Camilo González, Paz Pachy Durán | With the collaboration in the soundscape of Soundlapse project of Universidad Austral of Chile | TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE Pablo Garretón
NAVE Creation and Residency Center (Santiago de Chile)
Funders and Supporters:
Fondo Nacional de Desarrollo Cultural y las Artes de Chile, Call 2019