- DataSaturday 13, 21.00 h
- Preu8 € / 6 €
- Web+12 years old
Órbita (orbit) is pure poetry in movement. A work of art charged with strength and sensitivity which offers the audience an integrated vision of a true artistic fusion.
The performance invites the audience on a dreamlike journey that guides us towards our origin, a metaphor which describes our path through life’s aspirations under the constant
attraction to our roots.
The beginning of the show is contextualised within the origins of the artists themselves, helping the audience to empathise with their feelings of attachment to their place of birth, their source, acting as a prologue which entices the audience to discover the second layer where the characters find themselves in the raw reality of the here and now but always with their gazes and hearts facing towards their roots.
The interpretation is enriched by the use of certain objects with significant symbolic attributes, for example a fishing net that represents attachment to the feeling of being “imprisoned” as well as its practicality as a tool for basic survival. Cajones flamencos
(flamenco percussion drums) stacked liked the “Pillars of Hercules” that, in Greek mythology, delimit the end of the world as we know it and the border between the past and the present for the interpreters of Órbita.