Residentes del Teatro-Museo Pujol en diciembre

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Este mes de diciembre han estado en el TMP Cecilia Lisa Eliche junto con Martín Piliponsky con un proyecto de la primera. Debido a una lesión no hubo muestra del trabajo en proceso, pero abajo podéis encontrar toda la información:

“the body is a microcosmos of society always sustaining a set of cultural meanings and a particular social order”

Mary Douglas

Me interesa de esta frase estudiar el orden social. Si según Mary Douglas las jerarquías en el cuerpo reflejarían órdenes de poder, quiero jugar con invertirlas.  De una manera muy inocente, mi primer pensamiento fue: tengo que hacer una danza al revés. En cierta manera, también, en honor a la cantaautora que melodizó mi infancia Maria Elena Walsh y compuso la hermosa canción “El Reino del Revés”.

A veces pienso que el mundo está al revés por las horroridades que pasan. El mundo está bien derecho.  Y si doy la vuelta al mundo como Mafalda, ¿éste se pondrá mejor? ¿Y si doy vuelta a mi mundo? ¿Cómo crear en un espacio super pequeño una danza intensiva donde la premisa sea un concepto de utopía personal, pero el resultado sea movimiento puro en sí mismo? ¿Puedo hacer una danza política que no sea sobre política?

Cecilia Lisa Eliche

Cecilia Lisa Eliceche was born in Bahia Blanca, Argentina where she started her training in ballet and contemporary dance at the local Conservatoire of Dance. Incouraged by Tete Predan and inspired by Natalia Martirena she started creating dance pieces.

From 2004 to 2006 she lived in Madrid where she studied Contemporary in the RCPD (Real conservatorio Profecional de Danza) and Ballet with Victor Ullate. In her last year she collaborated and performed ¨Play¨ from Pablo Esbert Lilienfeld.

From 2006 she moved to brussels to attend the Training and Research Cycles at PARTS.

In November 2008 she went to NY as an ex-change student at Movement Research and to collaborate in the creation of DD Dorvillier’s CPAU, Get Ready!. Since then she has contributed as writer to the Movement Research Journal and became rehearsal director for DD´s piece.

In the last years in the search for a way of expressing her political concerns she created  ¨Mi Cacerola¨ and  ¨Trio One¨ (in collaboration with Peter Savel and Anneleen Keppens). As a choregraphical practice she created the quintet ”D.A.N.C.E.” ¨The time lapse opera¨ is her work with Elisa Yvelin more focused on vantage point and the medium of dance from a very classical perspective.

Currently she is working as a freelance dancer in 2 projects. “TNA” by Eleanor Bauer, to be premiered January 10th at Kaaistudios, Brussels and “Visions of Beauty” by Hetaher Kravas to be premiered May 4 at PS122, New York. She is also researching for her own dance pactice thanks to the support of Joaquim Pujol, La Caldera and Workspace Brussels

En colaboración con

Martin Piliponsky

In 2004 he graduated in Architecture from the National University of Tucumán, Argentina. As a dancer he trained with David Zambrano, Katie Duck, Benoit Lachambre, Janet Pannet; Iñaki Azpillaga, Jeremy Nelson, Thomas Hauert, Martin Sonderkamp, Angels Margarit, Luis Lara Malvacias, David Hernandez , Sebastian Prantl, Jennifer Muller, Laurie Devito, Darrel Jones, Lipi Hernandez, Peter Jasko, Gustavo Lesgart, Ted Stoffer, Keith Hennessy, Franchesco Scavetta, among others

In 2007 he travelled to NY to take classes at Movemen Reaearch, DNA and Limon Institute. He received a full scholarship at Tanz Atelier Wien (2009). In 2010 he was invited by David Zambrano to participate in the 50 days of Flying Low and Passing-Through in Costa Rica. He was also granted the DanceWEB scholarship to attend the ImpulsTanz Festival.

Currently he is member of the 50collectiVe.

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