Tamara Cubas / Montevideo, Uruguay


July 069.30 pm / Piazza Ganganelli
July 078.00 pm / Piazza Marconi
July 0810.00 pm / Sferisterio

Can a multitude organize themselves to achieve a common goal? How will the individuals within a group interact, move and disagree? Tamara Cubas, who was born in Uruguay under the military dictatorship, raised in Havana and is now an active artist in Montevideo, looks at the question of the heterogeneity of the masses, meetings and conflicts between people, between the public and the private, the political and the poetical, on physical contact and the power that resides in everyone’s body. During the days leading up to the Festival, some seventy people from the local area, of different ages and educational backgrounds, will work with Tamara on the voice, sound, energy and language of the body in order to create a powerful choral choreography, unleashing a group action that, in its multitude, will give impetus to differences.

free event
  • Piazza Ganganelli

  • Piazza Marconi

  • Sferisterio
    via Faini

duration 80'
may contain nudity

coreografia Tamara Cubas
luci Leticia Skrycky, Sebastian Alies
musica Francisco Lapetina
con un gruppo di circa 70 partecipanti del territorio
distribuzione Key Performance
produzione Perro Rabioso

ph. Carlos Contreras, Rafael Arenas