Buraco is a real, fictional and imagined performance rehearsal, it is a dance work that flirts with cinema, not by the recording images of a personal dance, but due to the possibility of expansion of languages, where it is possible to capture the intimacy placed with delicacy, the particular things that are seen with attention and silence (subjective gems), approaching thus of the creation documentary, the invention documentary, among other nomenclatures that prioritize subjectivities as a starting point for creation.
Buraco is the waiting for something unknown, or the endless search for understanding the mystery of life. Where will this body-woman go while digging the earth? Does it dig itself in an unremitting search for self-understanding and peace of self? Where will this dance go? Questions that will only be answered when the action is taken.
In Sobre Cogumelos e Goiabas the time cycles of nature in its 4 seasons are represented by singular landscapes that make up the daily life. Landscapes that transform with lights as well the moods, smells and colors that penetrate the skin and go through the skin and tone. Imaginary states in motion emerge as well as gestures recovered from the affective memory of times when it was still pure power and becoming.
PhD. in Performance Arts, award-winning choreographer, artistic director and dancer, having created several choreographic works, Performing Installations and Dance Videos with a focus on body poetics, self- performance and autobiographical memories.
Interpreter, dance and performance choreographer. She is PhD and PhD in Human Motricity / Dance - UL / FMH - Lisbon, Adjunct Professor at UFV / MG and Director of the Center for Studies and Body Artistic Practices / NEPARC, since 2012.
Virtual: from lat. mediev. virtualis, and this derivation from lat. virtus "power, faculty", "strength", "virtue"
1. adj. That it has virtue to produce an effect, although it does not produce it at present, often in opposition to the effective or the real.
2. adj. Implicit, unspoken.
3. adj. phys. It has an apparent and not real existence.
I work as a dancer, acrobat, actor, dance teacher and director /choreographer. From the year 2000 until today I work for different companies of theater, circus and dance in Argentina and Europe. I ́ve started to make my own creations from the year 2006. Since 2007 I live in Madrid, Spain. So far my projects have been presented in different countries such as Germany, Turkey, Argentina, Brazil, Holland, USA, Greece, Denmark, Chile, Spain and Italy. I’ve been supported by Robert Wilson, Compañia Nacional de Danza (Spain) and Centro Danza Canal (Spain). The objective of my works is to achieve a scenic work that, through dance, acrobatics and theater, transmits emotions and connects with the viewer, enhancing all the senses on stage. Each project seeks a language of its own movement and a particular stage poetics. In 2020 I’ll be teaching and performing my projects in Holland, Brazil, Greece, Germany and Spain.
Em 2020 eu vou ensinar e realizar meus projetos na Holanda, Brasil, Grécia, Alemanha e Espanha.
Candelaria was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she began her contemporary dance training at ARTE XXI dance school. In 2004 she moves to England, and three years later she was awarded a Bachelor of Performing Arts (BPA) Honours Degree in Contemporary Dance by the NORTHERN SCHOOL OF CONTEMPORARY DANCE in Leeds. In summer 2007 she travels to Spain, and collaborates as a dancer in companies such as Derida Dance Company, Dani Pannullo Dance Theater, Laboratorio C, Mey-Ling Bisogno Dance Company and Lucio Baglivo LAB. Likewise, during those years she began her studies at the CONSERVATORIO SUPERIOR DE DANZA MARÍA DE ÁVILA (Madrid), which she graduates in 2013 in the choreographic line. In parallel to her activity as a dancer, in 2010 she begins to collaborate as a choreographer with ARTHUR BERNARD BAZIN, and together they create the piece Discordio, winner of the 1st price at the First Vallecas Chorographic Competition in Madrid. In June 2011 they start the creative process of Te Odiero, piece that have received several awards from competitions in Spain, Germany and France. In 2013 they created the HURyCAN company and premiered Je Te Haime, awarded as best dance performance at the 27 International Theatre & Dance Fair, Huesca (Spain) which will also reward their last piece ASUELTO. Since its creation, the works of HURyCAN have been presented internationally through the 5 continents.