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L'atapeïda + laSADCUM

70 minutes



Movement and physical theatre lead us through the story of three characters who talk about the limits imposed on us with a good dose of humour, and above all about the limits we impose on ourselves; and A small-format adaptation of the multi-disciplinary dance production ACLUCALLS, which depicts the traumas and frustrations of Generation Z. A grotesque portrayal of society and the post-internet generation.

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"esberlar" L'atapeïda

esberlar uses movement and physical theatre to lead the audience through images of instability, collapse and reconstruction. Three characters talk in a humorous way about the limits imposed on us, but above all those we impose on ourselves. A physical and gestural journey, guided by the emotions generated when things break down.

L’atapeïda works on the boundaries of movement and physical theatre. Focused on creating street pieces for all audiences, is under the artistic gaze of Elena Lalucat.

Data sheet

Written by: Elena Lalucat, David Maqueda, Pino Steiner and Alma Steiner - Directed by: David Maqueda - Composer/Musical director: Mon Joan Tiquat - Performed by: Pino Steiner, Alma Steiner and Elena Lalucat - Set design: Francesc Serra Vila - Audiovisuals: Marc Costa -   - Graphic design: Marina Bordoy - Wardrobe: Aina Crespí - Photography: Luca Rocchi / Nuovatecnica - Artistic collaboration: Sandra Monfort, Clara Fiol and Bob Gonzales - Co-produced by: Danseu Festival, Eima Creació and Fes Plus Chapeau


ACLUCALLS performers are members of Generation Z. Born between technology and virtuality, they have grown up in a constant saturation of information, which has turned them into technological and disturbed beings. ACLUCALLS is a grotesque portrait of society and the post-internet generation, drawn from three representative concepts: workout, screen and computer programming. Through this piece of contemporary dance, the young dancers create a dance of our society and reflect how technology influences human behaviour and, especially, their generation.

laSADCUM dance project, founded in 2018 in Barcelona by Guillem Jiménez, focuses on generational issues and problems and the influence of technology on new generations. It is the third dance piece they have produced, following The Uncanny Valley (2018) and The Lesson (2022), although they have also produced two exhibitions CLASSMATES (2020) and TWINK TWINK TWINK (2022) and a program of activities in collaboration with the CCCB on the occasion of the premiere of ACLUALLS (2022). Their work has been seen in spaces such as La Casa Encendida, CCCB, Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, La Capella or Espai Inestable, among others.

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Author: laSADCUM - Director and audiovisual montage: Guillem Jiménez - Composer / Musical director: DA ROCHA - Performed by: Ona Pérez, Judit Amengual, Vera Palomino, Alexa Moya, Dani Mallorquín and Guillem Jiménez - Movement director: Carla Moll - External gaze: Clàudia Mirambell - Stage design and lighting design: Oriol Corral - Wardrobe: Gina Berenguer - Photography: Pep Herrero - Production/Support: Anastàtica Cultura - Muntsa Roca and Blanca Sarotrius - Co-produced by: CCCB, ELAMOR, Dansa Metropolitana 2022 - Special thanks to: El Graner, Barceloneta Civic Centre, Ayudas Creación Injuve, La Caldera and OSIC Generalitat de Catalunya

Planned functions


Centre d’Art Tecla Sala
18 March at 12:00 h