Based on the disc by Clara Peya, Analogia de l'A-mort, Ariadna Peya and Marc Soler speak of how relationships are constructed, between hope and despair. A show accessible for people with impaired hearing.
Fibres are subjected to a series of operations in order to turn them into thread. This process is called spinning. This what we do constantly when we relate to one another, trying to weave ourselves together, touch each other, combine, in order to obtain the most uniform result possible. Sometimes, whether due to the surroundings or because of the nature of the fibres this combination is more difficult, but that does not mean that a fabric cannot be created. What can we expect of male/female couples in which the man is younger and the woman significantly older? Des-espera speaks of living in contradiction, and of the acceptance of this contradiction as a path towards growth. Des-espera speaks about what is expected of us, or about what is not expected. Des-espera speaks about switching on and off, of being agitated and calm, of wounding and healing, of hoping and despairing. Based on the disc by Clara Peya, Analogia de l'A-mort, Ariadna Peya and Marc Soler speak about how relationships are constructed, between hope and despair. A show accessible for people with impaired hearing. A creation that fuses music, movement and the word in a show accessible for deaf people.
Les Impuxibles are the artistic fusion of a pianist and a dancer, Clara and Ariadna Peya; sisters, creators and performers. They work mixing languages, a search that fuses music and movement with other performing disciplines, an investigation that never ends and which has led them to the construction of their own language. Social commitment has made the need grow in them to use art as a loudspeaker for denunciation and social justice.
This show is part of the Filatures program.