Indala is a dance piece that combines different languages as Contemporary Dance, Breaking and Circus with a strong visual poetry.
In the award-winning Indala three dancers combine dance, physical theatre and circus to construct a piece that, by manipulating metal tubes and Cyr wheels, unearths the primitive and contemporary human being.
Indala contains in his imaginary part of the prehistoric cultural heritage of Iberian Peninsula. The Indala symbol found Los Letreros Cave (Almería) comes to life in this piece, and encompassing Paleolithic art-inspired variations found in prehistoric caves paintings all around the world.
Indala proposes an onstage journey in which the human being is unearthed in their primitive and contemporary forms, the influence of rites in the transmission of social images and how these constitute an instinctive defence of the one’s own self against the unilateral development of intelligence and its antisocial impact.
DIrection: David Vento
Dancers (3): Graciel Stenio/Victor Lázaro, Iván Benito/Paola Cabello, David Vento.