Collective residences

CLÀUDIA VICENS I BARTOLÍ

From Monday, 12 April 2021 to Friday, 23 April 2021

CLÀUDIA VICENS I BARTOLÍ
Performing Arts Creator
Girona (Catalunya)

Bio

With an infinite desire to create and communicate from different languages like body, music and words, she decided to go deep into the exciting world of arts and graduate in Performing Arts at the ERAM University School (2021, Salt, Girona). She has been an actress and a singer in the Oriart theatre company (2017-2019) in the play "Cabaret Passion Rouge", exhibited throughout Catalonia and in the International Festival "Olga Alonso" in Cuba. She has also acted in several music videos, such as "L'amor que fem" by El Diluvi. 

She was a radio collaborator on the FeM Girona channel in the program "La Tropa" (2017), carrying out the activism section and music performances (singing and playing the guitar). She created a theatre musical play for the Girona theater festival El Cacau. She has studied various disciplines such as circus, music (musical language, guitar and piano) and painting and joined cultural and social organizations in Girona, such as Diables de l'Onyar and Cau de Sant Narcís.

Project

Our theatrical research project reflects on the relationship between time, art and ecofeminism. Our goal is to explore subversive spaces that aim to escape the acceleration of capitalist, neoliberalism and patriarchy. At the same time, we criticise the paradigm of cultural and creative industries, investigating the influence of the logics of productivism and hypertechnology on artistic creation, as well as its temporality.

During our stay at Faberllull, through Arts-based research, we will alternate theoretical research with artistic practice, creating a spiral of feedback between the two. This research process will result in a trans-disciplinary theatre play in which, through body, words and music, we are going to share the discoveries we made along the way and transform it into a collective artistic experience. 

Notícies, articles i activitats

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