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  • Badalona
  • Barcelona
  • Cornellà
  • El Prat
  • Esplugues
  • L'Hospitalet
  • Sant Cugat
  • Santa Coloma

SPHERA

HUMANHOOD

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This contemporary dance duet explores, in a visually powerful piece, the relationship between the Moon and humanity, especially the luminous side of the satellite.

SPHERA is a contemporary dance duet for unconventional venues. This visually powerful piece explores the relationship between the Moon and humanity, especially the luminous side of the Moon. SPHERA is a dance of liquid bodies that are transformed and flow under the influence of the Earth’s oldest satellite: the Moon.

Working between the United Kingdom and Catalonia, HUMANHOOD produces unique works that fuse modern physics and oriental mysticism with a unique fluid language. Under the artistic direction of Júlia Robert and Rudi Cole, HUMANHOOD has become a company characterized by artistic excellence with a great international trajectory. The show Torus, presented at the 2019 Grec Festival in Barcelona, was nominated for best choreography in the Catalan Critics’ Awards.

For the functions at the Centre d'Art Tecla Sala in L'Hospitalet admission is free with anti-Covid measures.

The functions at the Molí d'en Ribé in Santa Coloma are free of charge with advance booking.

This show is part of the Filatures program.

Planned functions

Free

L'Hospitalet

Centre d’Art Tecla Sala
13 March at 11:30h
Centre d’Art Tecla Sala
13 March at 13:00h

Santa Coloma

Molí d’en Ribé
20 March at 12:00h
Molí d’en Ribé
20 March at 13:30h

Show details

Duration
25 minutes
Price
Free
Choreography, set design and performance
Júlia Robert and Rudi Cole
Costume design
Júlia Robert and Rudi Cole
Music composition and sound design
Iain Armstrong in collaboration with Julia Robert and Rudi Cole
With the support of
rocaumbert-centre d’arts en moviment
Funded by
Arts Council England