…we use to tell our story. Nothing more, nothing less. We love the concept of low technology and we don’t want to lose the wonderful possibilities emerging technologies offers us. But neither we want them to become protagonists nor we want them to condition our work.
The performance gets born and dies in the spectator’s head.
The whole performance has to fit into tow suitcases of standard dimensions. Including our winter or summer clothes.
Everything that appears on stage is made by ourselves; form stage design to musical composition, lighting, computer animation, hardware, software and Arduino controlled devices.
We use materials that can be found in any continent without difficulties, whose price is minimal and which allow us to work with them hardly using any tools. Paper, cardboard, clay, paint…
If you don’t have to say anything, you’d better shut up.
The audience assists a presentation were everything is being created in the same moment. In determined situations we use pre-recorded material, it cannot be in another way, due to the complexity of some of the scenes. These elements are a complement, modified by the rest of the objects, transforming them and giving them meaning, which they wouldn’t have on their own.
When creating a show, we start from zero. There is nothing written, composed or designed beforehand. Nothing. Only an idea to be developed, that starts to take shape whilst immersing in our work.