“Yo soy la locura”, a talk
Rosa Romero, an actress and creator from Cádiz, and the art historian Jaime Conde Salazar come together in a conversation about the space between them to be able to dance freely. A space in which to share their madness and listen to it in order to let go and discover the reason for their dance.
Rosa Romero, an actress and creator from Cádiz, holds a degree in dramatic arts from ESAD Málaga, where she also studied technical stage management and helped create the El Quirófano festival. After her time at the William Layton Escuela de Interpretación, an acting school in Madrid, she returned to her home town of San Fernando, where she created and coordinated the Estratería project. In 2014, she began to work on personal creation with the body, the revival of inherited dance and raw communication with the audience as key themes. Her projects include Esta no es la vida privada de Rosa Romero [This is not the private life of Rosa Romero] and DEBUT. She currently lives in Seville, where she has worked with creators such as Álex Peña, Alberto Cortés, Silvia Balvín and Cris Celada.
Jaime Conde-Salazar is an art historian who has written about dance in various publications. He is the author of La danza del futuro and Cuadernos sobre el tocar and the creator of the Electrohumor project together with Bárbara Sánchez.