ORIGINAL IDEA AND ARTISTIC DIRECTION
WITH THE SUPPORT OF:
SAT (San Andreu Teatre) – Barcelona.
Fabra i Coast, Fàbrica de Creació – Barcelona.
BenAmil, Residencia de Creación Rural de Enguera – Valencia.
Centro Cultural Eduardo Úrculo de Madrid.
CAMPO CERRADO is a map designed around the concepts of “Identity and diversity” and which, in terms of drama, draws on issues that characterise the cultural life of a complex era, “The Spanish post-war period”. A kind of plaiting that activates for us all the cultural and artistic footprint of the 40s and 50s, a time when alliances and confrontations between art and power became especially potent, and concepts such as resilience, resistance, repression, reinvention and also exile took on their full meaning. A choreographic work that is presented as an alternative way to read history by investigating how the different post-war avant-gardes developed, probably due to the genius and talent of a generation of creators with various artistic discourses who knew how to consolidate and transcend in a period traditionally considered a wasteland.