I-CorDes - Fourth session: And the World Shakes in Me
Institut de Corpologies Deslocalitzades
- Date: June 12, 2021
- Schedule: 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
- Location: Aljub
- Paid activity (€ 5) with prior registration and limited places
- All the dynamics that take place during the activity comply with the established sanitary recommendations. The use of a mask is mandatory.
Es Baluard Museu and the Conselleria de Fons Europeus, Universitat i Cultura of the Govern de les Illes Balears propose a new session of I-CorDes, Institut de Corpologies Deslocalizades, a public program that aims to return bodies to the center, reaffirm their face-to-face position in space, in the environment, at a time when they have been relegated to the seclusion and no contact. The session includes a theoretical, a practical and a sound part, led respectively by Victoria Pérez Royo, Societat Doctor Alonso and Zinkman.
- 11:00 am – 1:30 pm. «Moment 1». Theoretical session by Victoria Pérez Royo
In this first moment of the session we will share texts and reflections to think about off-centered, peripheral corporeality, outside of itself, bodies in becoming with the environment, embarked on multiple processes of figuration, foreshadowing and disfigurement. These are corporalities that do not anticipate their limit before contact and that display affected listening and attention that, as Gloria Anzaldúa would say, allows them to “listen to the voices of the wind and understand their messages”.
Paying attention to these corporalities allows us to address three questions: on the one hand, to study certain subversions of the disciplined, administered and impoverished bodies of contemporary life. On the other hand, articulate a new basis to rethink the democratic project beyond the sovereign and autonomous subject, which understands freedom as property of itself. Finally, to address some displacements in the contemporary scene, which, beyond the performativities of presence and representation, point to listening, or invocation.
- 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm. Lunch break
- 3:30 pm – 6:00 pm «Moment 2». Practical session by Societat Doctor Alonso
We will chain, in a limited exterior space, four practices aimed at facilitating spaces where an inflection can occur in our way of perceiving space, the body and our speech. A twisting or warping of something that was straight or flat, or a point of curve in which its curvature changes direction, and also, the alteration of some voices.
- 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm «Moment 3». Sound session by Zinkman
We are surrounded by waves and vibrations everywhere, our body is a transmitter and a receiver of frequencies, an antenna with the ability to decode that information through emotions. Music is capable of invading our body and causing a change in our mood, it seems like a simple invisible oscillation, but something inevitably links us to its transforming power.
Victoria Perez Royo
She is a professor of Aesthetics and Theory of the Arts (Unizar), a researcher at ARTEA. She has been co-director of the Máster en Práctica Escénica y Cultura Visual (UCLM, Museo Reina Sofía, 2010-2019) and visiting professor at university art programs in the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and Finland, Costa Rica, Argentina, Mexico, Brazil and Chile, among other countries.
In recent years she developed an intense curatorial activity within the framework of research initiatives with art centers: Seminar Fuera de sí (Museo Reina Sofía 2019), Documentar el olvido, (Filmoteca de Zaragoza 2018), Investigación desde las artes y aventura (Centro Huarte 2018), Festival Ser Público (La Casa Encendida 2016), Cuerpos, desórdenes y democracias (Matadero Madrid 2016), Programa de Estudios independiente Cuerpo, Archivo y Memoria (Museo Reina Sofía, 2017), Programa de Estudios independiente Teatralidades expandidas. Cuerpo y democracia (Matadero Madrid 2017), among others.
She is the editor of the books Danza contemporánea, espacio público y arquitectura (2008), Práctica e Investigación (2010, with José A. Sánchez), 10 textos en cadena y unas páginas en blanco (2012, con Cuqui Jerez), Componer el plural. Cuerpo, escena, política (2016, with Diego Agulló), Dirty Room (2017, with Juan Domínguez) and Time has fallen asleep in the afternoon sunshine (2019 with Mette Edvardsen).
Societat Doctor Alonso (SDA)
Sofía Asencio (dancer and choreographer) and Tomàs Aragay (theater director and playwright) co-direct the company Societat Doctor Alonso, with which they have built a language that finds one of its fundamental keys in the concept of displacement. From placing something out of its own place, scope or space, to investigate how this displacement modifies language both in terms of its constitutive grammar and in the reading that an observer can do: displace to reveal something. This maneuver has been revealed as an effective tool to generate spaces for poetic discourse that challenge the status quo of our understanding of reality.
Among his latest productions are: La glorieta (2011) co-production with Azala, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Vitoria ARTIUM, CCC Escorxador de Elche, Festival Short Theatre de Roma, Centro de las Artes de Sevilla-Endanza and Matadero de Madrid; La naturaleza y su temblor (2013) co-production Moare Danza and Festival GREC, Gobierno Vasco and the support of Bulegoa b/z and La Casa Encendida; El desenterrador (2014) co-production Azala, Mes de Danza with the support of Iberescena; Y los huesos hablaron (2016) Societat Doctor Alonso and Teatro de Babel de México. A co-production of GREC 2016, Festival de Barcelona with the support of Institut Català de les Empreses Culturals (ICEC), Instituto Nacional de las Artes Escénicas y de la Música (INAEM), Iberescena and Teatro de Babel de México, Secretaria de Cultura Ciudad de México, Teatros Ciudad de México, Colegio de Literatura dramática, Teatro de México and Ayuntamiento de Bàscara in Girona; Anarchy (2016) co-production of the Festival TNT Terrassa and Antic Teatre Barcelona with the support of Institut Català de les Empreses Culturals (ICEC), Instituto Nacional de las Artes Escénicas y de la Música (INAEM) and the collaboration of Ayuntamiento de Bàscara en Girona.
Musical composer and producer of soundtracks for audiovisual shows (theater, dance, film and television) within a wide sound spectrum that ranges from the most classical instruments to contemporary electronics.
He has worked with companies such as La Fura, Onionlab, and Deambulants. His compositions have been performed by the New York Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra, the Wroclaw Youth Orchestra in Poland or the Girona Orchestra. Regardless, he also teaches classes on musical creativity and composes piano albums and more abstract music, always trying to give his compositions a personal touch.