arts en viu a escena
January 10


Atlantis2019 “Esbós d’un paisatge”

POLS - arts en viu a escena
Thursday, January 10 at 8pm
Duration: 50 min
Tickets: 12 euros ONLINE // 15 euros BOX OFFICE

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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A work in progress shown for the first time at La Caldera on 22/11/2018

Creation and concept: Diana Gadish
Performed by: Esther Freixa and Diana Gadish
Advice and dramaturgy support: Toni Cots
Lighting design: Daniel Miracle
Photography: Tristán Pérez-Martín

With the support of La Caldera and Citemor – Festival Montemor-o-Velho, and the collaboration of CRA’P and Fundació la Plana.

People who have been involved in the practice and research: Amaranta Velarde, Oihana Altube, Sigrid Kollmannsperger, Daniel Loaiza, Darío Castro, Sara Pons and Carme Martínez.



Atlantis2019 refers to the myth of a civilisation that disappeared due to a catastrophe.
The title is updated every year. This updating affects the procedural and unfinished character of the research, which doesn’t point towards a specific goal but rather to a practice that is constantly confronted with the present moment.
The main axis of work is body memory, especially in relation to the territory(ies), addressing not only personal memory, but also all inherited and collective memory. It is an immersive piece, reaching depths where fiction and reality are no longer discernible.

Diana Gadish attended the first cycle of Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, and in 2007 she graduated from S.N.D.O. (Higher choreography studies in Amsterdam).
As a performer, she has worked with dance, theatre, clown and performance art projects in different countries (Holland, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Spain and Mexico).
She has performed her own creations Hiccup for Home (2007), Genesis Joplin (2009), Lucy Live (2013) and Handle with care (2016) in several countries around Europe and Latin America.
Currently, apart from continuing to tour with her Performance Arts works, she teaches bodywork classes at Laboratorio Escuela , and since 2015 she works as a clown in hospitals with the Pallapupas organisation. She is also a member of CRA’P.

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