The third in a series of proposals by the Antonio Ruz Company, which fulfil the purpose of taking dance out of the stage box and forgetting the frontality, changing the perception of the choreographic event in a close and three-dimensional context.
This choreographic work explores the concept of war from an allegorical approach, placing the body at the service of everyday concepts such as conflict, crisis, resistance, tension or evasion, taking as its starting point the 'Pharsalia' by Marcus Annaeus Lucanus (39-65 AD).
Compañía Antonio Ruz takes on the concept of the 'present' through the senses and explores the relationship of movement and matter with stimuli as avenues of expression.
An event in which dance, music and architecture join hands in a multidisciplinary dialogue under the direction of choreographer Antonio Ruz for the opening of the German School Madrid.
This creation proposes an evocative game where the dancers enter into a dialogue with architecture, light and live music throughout different spaces of Museo de la Universidad de Navarra.
The recurring image of the beach as an idyllic place of pleasure and tranquility gives us an oasis from the chaos and noise of our current existence, fulfilling our desire to disappear off the face of the Earth.