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arts en viu a escena
January 11

ESTITXU ARROYO SÁNCHEZ

Cuerpo-Documento/Serie 1

POLS - arts en viu a escena
Friday, January 11 at 8pm
Duration: 60 min
Tickets: 12 euros ONLINE // 15 euros TAQUILLA
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Thursday 10 January 2019. 8pm
Diana Gadish
Atlantis2019. Esbós d’un paisatge
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Friday 11 January 2019. 8pm
Estitxu Arroyo Sánchez
Cuerpo-Documento. Serie 1
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Saturday 12 January 2019. 8pm
Toni Cots & Esther Freixa i Ràfols
30 years, a poetic act of resistance
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Sunday 13 January 2019. 8pm
Núria Guiu Sagarra
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Performance, Creation and Concept: Estitxu Arroyo Sánchez
Artistic Direction: Esther Freixa and Ràfols
Artistic Advice: Toni Cots

Residencies: DNA – Festival de Danza Contemporánea de Navarra (2016), Centro Huarte. Centro de producción de arte contemporáneo, Ayuntamiento de Tudela, Teatro Gaztambide (Tudela), Danza espacio Navarra, CRA’P, La Caldera (2018)

Acknowledgments: Royal and General Archive of Navarra, MACBA, and MUSA

Co-production: Dance Festival of Navarra, DNA 2018.

With the support of the creation bursaries managed by CACH and the Government of Navarra in 2018

www.cuerpodocumento.com

http//centrohuarte.es/blog/category/estitxu-arroyo-sanchez

Facebook: Estitxu Arroyo

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Cuerpo-Documento (Body-Document) is a performance research project conceived as a multidisciplinary performative archive. It focuses on the female body as a document, as a place of encounter and debate. As a potentially poetic space. This work experiments with the limits of installation, choreography and performance, exploring through different languages such as video, photography and iconography. The Body-Document archive contains different independent folders, in the form of short pieces, that establish dialogue with each other according to how they are presented. Series One is composed of four folders: 1. Gangway; 2. Anatomy of a collection; 3. To be many and not to be any; 4. Apparitions.


Estitxu Arroyo Sánchez is a multidisciplinary performer, actress and Performance Arts maker. She studied Librarianship and Documentation Studies at the University of Zaragoza. As well as training at the Navarra Theatre School, she later graduated from the Theatre Institute of Barcelona, ​​specialising in physical theatre. She was awarded a scholarship to further her studies at the University of the Arts in Berlin (UDK). She holds a master’s degree in performance practice and visual culture from the University of Alcalá de Henares, in collaboration with the Reina Sofía Museum, El Matadero and La Casa Encendida in Madrid. She has also completed an integral training in yoga and meditation and currently teaches yoga and meditation at the public University of Navarra, among other places. At the same time, for the past 10 years she has been working as a professional storyteller and teaches classes and workshops related to the creative act, the living arts, body research and movement.

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