‘when there is only surface left’, by choreographer Oda Brekke
MATMO, by aerial dancer Eleonora Dall’Asta
Collaboration with the Italian-Panamanian aerealist Eleonora Dall´Asta and the sound designer Julián Osvaldo Díaz. Matmo comes from the words “materialism” and “monster.” This piece talks about how the air body, space and objects interact and transform, as well as their sound; if it is true that all aspects of the mind are the result of material interactions, in what do the objects and spaces with which we interact? The illusion becomes a focal point as that gift that we humans have to believe in what is not visible but that somehow helps us to stay alive.
This piece has been showcased among others in the festival Prisma (Panama), CirkusMania (Stockholm) and Fun Fatale (Czech Republic).
LIMITE ROTO [BROKEN LIMIT]
“límite roto” [broken limit] is a sonic and visual exploration on the genre limits, creating an amalgam of textures, rhythms, electronic and instrumental sounds. The research took place in an extremely special place, an empty keroxen tank in Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Spain), a venue with very special acoustics and a 180° screen. This project puts together a constellation of eclectic musicians: Hara Alonso, piano & electrónica, Sergio Castrillón, cello, Núria Andorrà, percusión and the dj and producer Tomás de la Rosa (aka Postman). The visuals are created bylive sound interactive video created by the artist Sabina Covarrubias.
“límite roto” happened during a KEROXEN artistic residency in January 2020.
LOS SONIDOS DE LA ESCUELA RURAL [THE SOUNDS OF THE RURAL SCHOOLS]
The sounds of the rural schools, from the active listening to the collective creation, arises from the collaboration between the Antonino y Cinia Foundation and the rural schools in Ribera del Porma (León, North of Spain). This project intends to bring a more open perspective on music education through experimentation, creation and interdisciplinary activities.
The project started in 2018 and it is carried on thanks to the collaboration between the musician and educator Luis Martínez Campo, Hara Alonso and the León Youth Orchestra (Juventudes Musicales de León).