The choreographic idea has the body as its centerpiece. It is the basis on which the soundtrack is added. The political and social information conveyed by the soundtrack constitutes and additional layer of meaning that provides a richer context, either consciously or unconsciously. Through this performance we attempt to challenge the audience to a confrontation. How does the information in the soundtrack directly affect both the performer and the spectator? How do we handle the information overload we are exposed to?
PruebaTrinity 1.0, choreographed by Begoña Quiñones & Mar Rodríguez, arises from a previous project called Load Fulcrum, launched by Begoña Quiñones and Veronica Garzón under the program “Compañías en Residencia” from Centro de Danza Canal and begins to take shape thanks to the artistic residency granted within the framework of 18MASDANZA by Dantzagunea and its Sortutakoak program.
Awards and Acknowledgements
Technical and Choreographic residency at Larumbe Danza (Coslada, Spain).
Carlos III University Award
Reina Sofía Museum Award.
*These awards have been granted as part of Madrid’s 28th Annual Choreographic Contest (Certamen Coreográfico de Madrid), 2014.
PruebaTrinity 1.0 has been selected as part of Acieloabierto Network 2015, (CONTEMPORARY DANCE FESTIVALS NETWORK IN UNCONVENTIONAL SPACES).
Artistic Direction: Begoña Quiñones & Mar Rodríguez
Choreography and Performance: Verónica Garzón, Begoña Quiñones y Mar Rodríguez
Music: Fabrizio di Salvo
Costumes: Mar Rodríguez & Begoña Quiñones
Light Design: Irene Cantero
Duration: 12 minutos.
Production: Begoña Quiñones & Mar Rodríguez
*With the support of Centro de Danza Canal and Conservatorio Superior de Danza María de Ávila (Madrid).
Synopsis: “We live in a reality in which certain words no longer have value. Perhaps by projecting to another place may we silence the ghostly melodies played by ruling tyrannies.”