Spanish Federation of Dance Companies Network

… slowly does the world breathe in my breath
Antonio Colinas

 

Who has ever wondered if there is a great beyond?

VIGOR MORTIS tells us about the other side of life, about the land of the unknown. Vigor Mortis is a story of nightmares and daydreams, a tragicomic journey from heaven to the unfathomable of the human soul, an expulsion from the abode as a metaphor of the banishment of one’s own life.

VIGOR MORTIS is built in the shelter of the unusual or miraculous character of the ordinary. It is shown in the detail of the gestures, in the silent melancholy of the eyes, in the affective uncertainty of the everyday. Mutable beings that flow and exhale with hilarity and heartbreak the memory of life into lasting death, beings that stir against the tremors of fate. Farewell, abandonment, remoteness of the places that are perpetuated in the flight, vertigo by the void that is twisted in the convulsions of the last departure.

 

Credits and datasheet
Premiered: 23/01/2020 / Available

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: ASUN NOALES
STAGE DIRECTORS: ASUN NOALES AND RULO PARDO
CHOREOGRAPHERS: ASUN NOALES IN COLLABORATION WITH CARLOS FERNÁNDEZ
PERFORMERS: ASUN NOALES AND CARLOS FERNÁNDEZ
ASSISTANT: CARMELA GARCÍA
DRAMATURGY: RULO PARDO
LIGHTING DESIGNER: JUANJO LLORENS
PRODUCTION DESIGNER: LUIS CRESPO
MUSIC COMPOSER: TELEMANN REC
COSTUME DESIGNER: ANA ESTEBAN
PHOTOGRAPHER AND VIDEO EDITOR: GERMÁN ANTÓN
SPECIAL EFFECTS RECORDING STUDIO: EUROTRACK
TECHNICAL DIRECTORS: VISISONOR / XIMO HERNÁNDEZ
STAGE MACHINERY: CARLOS GALLARDO PINTO
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER, MANAGER AND DISTRIBUTOR: AMADEO VAÑÓ
PRODUCTION ASSISTANT AND ADVISOR: BEGOÑA NOALES
GRAPHIC DESIGNER: LOCARMEN & MADEBYFRANCIS
MOVEMENT ADVISOR: GUSTAVO RAMÍREZ
COMMUNITY MANAGER: LAURA DIVELLA
SHOW PRODUCED BY THE OTRADANZA COMPANY, WHICH HAS ITS WORKPLACE AT CENTRO DE CULTURA L ́ESCORXADOR IN ELCHE
Special thanks to Gustavo Ramirez Sansano for his movement mentorship and pieces of advice at the beginning of the process, to Gertrud Gómez for her locations, and to Valiente Verde and his camera lens, which inspired the first public images of this piece.