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The Very Last Northern White Rhino

Gaston Core


This investigation presents dance as excess, as a celebration derived from life. Dancing till you drop, dancing until the end.

A journey from darkness to light, a celebration of life through dance, amid the chaos of the world. Dancing till you drop, dancing until the end because there may be nothing else to do. When the New York Times journalist, Sam Anderson, heard of the death of the last male northern white rhinoceros, he flew to Kenya to observe and tell the detailed story of the daily lives of the last two species. The indifferent image of these individuals in the face of the fate of their species transmitted to the reporter a feeling of peace at a time of global uncertainty.

Gaston Core is a stage director, dramaturge, cultural manager, dancer and actor, and he has been the director of the Sala Hiroshima since 2015. In this piece he collaborates with Oulouy, a dancer, teacher and co-director of the online platform @ilovethisdance, recontextualizing urban dances and comparing them with the rules of the black box.

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Auditori Sant Ildefons
19 March at 20:00 h