Le han hecho una entrevista con motivo del estreno:
What is your trademark as an artist?
In the last few years I´ve been working with the relationship between language and body. I explore how we understand movement through language and also how we use language to talk about movement. When I started to make my own work I realized that I had to mix movement and language to come to what I wanted to express. By studying linguistics I got tools that help me to break rules and invent new ones that affect the understanding of reality.
What can the festival visitors expect from your piece?
It depends on the visitors and on the mood they are in. I hope the audience that is coming to see BLUE is a very curious one. It is about creating a twofold parallel experience between performers, spectators and the intersection. I work with language in order to play with reality and fiction. This is why I used the title BLUE, that is written in red. It is not about colours, it is about the gap that is created when you read it.