Saturday, 5 de October / 19.00 h
Inspired by the radio performance that Orson Wells made in 1938 from the novel ‘The War of the Worlds’, this artistic collective led by Sergio Gilabert proposes an action that unites a radio narration in synchrony with a tour of the urban plot. Through various settings, dramatists that unite the urban, the radio and the collectivity are posed. A playful and participatory experience, halfway between fiction and reality, which challenges us as citizens and as active spectators.
We are a group of artists from various disciplines and places of the world that we gather around similar questions about our day to day, the city we inhabit and the way in which we articulate our social relationships. Things have changed since we were born, right? We firmly believe that we can change the world - or at least a piece of this - by modifying the lens through which we observe it. That's why we join together to develop scenic, radio, music and film projects where the audience builds together a new image that combines art and real life.
We work collectively to invent, produce and materialize ways of exploring in the depths of today's society. If a revolution occurs, we trust that it will be an urban revolution, and that is why we want every spectator, listener or performer to leave their comfort zone to meet this beautiful possibility: the one that gives us everything that does not exist yet and which, surely, is hidden in some corner of our own city.
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