• Dance
  • Belgian première
  • Duration: 62 min.
  • Location: Budascoop
  • Tickets: €15 | online

ECLIPSE: MUNDO puts into practice an abandonment (which is the etymological origin of the word “eclipse”), through a device of audiovisual dissociation wherein dance appears as a void, as a separation, as a withdrawal. As if it were a choreography interrupted by its own preparation, this is a dance that, although it wants nothing, it does something. Having become a continuous bass, a ruin, a murmur this dance seeks for itself another starting point, another way to dance again. This performance is accompanied by the book To Dance in the Age of No-Future, written by Paz Rojo, (published by Circadian, Berlin 2019).

Paz Rojo (1974, Madrid). For more than a decade she has been researching dance production beyond the framework of capitalist production of value. She is Doctor of Philosophy in Fine Arts in Performative and Media Practices with specialisation in choreography by the Stockholm University of the Arts, Sweden. Her work has been developed through choreographic,  textual, audiovisual, curatorial, collective and experimental devices.

  • Directed by: Paz Rojo
  • Sound space: Fran MM Cabeza De Vaca
  • Dance: Oihana Altube, Arantxa Martínez, Jaime Llopis, Paz Rojo, Ricardo Santana
  • Light Design: Carlos Marquerie
  • Costumes: Jorge Dutor
  • Technical Coordination: David Benito and Andrés Francisco Pérez Dwyer
  • Sound assistance: Uriel Irland i Rabinad
  • Photography and trailer: Emilio Tomé
  • Supported by: Uniarts (Stockholm University of The Arts) Sweden; Naves Matadero – Internacional Center of Live Arts and City Council, Madrid