arts en viu a escena
January 13



POLS - arts en viu a escena
Sunday, January 13 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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Sala Hiroshima (Barcelona), FiraTàrrega 2018, Bâtard Festival (Brussel·les), Tanzfestival Rhein-Main, Taiwan Dance Platform, Dansens Hus (Oslo), Festival Internacional d’Arts Escèniques Tercera Setmana (València), Lubelski Teatr Tańca (Polònia).

Direction, coreography and dance: Núria Guiu
Artistic advice: Esther Freixa and Sònia Gómez
Costumes: assistance from Nestor Reina
Photography and video: Alice Brazzit

In residency: CRA’P (Mollet del Vallès), Konvent.0 (Berguedà), Espai Bokashi (Ciutadella de Menorca), La Blanca (Barcelona) and Sala Hiroshima (Barcelona).





Likes bases itself on the analysis of two popular YouTube phenomena: dance cover tutorials and videos on different yoga techniques. The artist approaches the audience from a socio-anthropological perspective with commentary on the social value of a “like” in our digital culture and society. The piece is a fresh and choreographic look at the presence of the body in the digital age.

Núria Guiu is a dancer and choreographer and graduate of the Barcelona Theatre Institute. She is currently studying for a degree in Anthropology and Human Evolution at the UOC university as well as being a certified yoga teacher of the Iyengar method. Her career as a dancer includes Spanish companies such as IT Dansa or La Veronal, and international companies such as Cullberg Ballet (Se), Gisele Vienne (Fr), Carte Blanche Dance Company (No), Jasmin Vardimon (UK), Kobalt Works (Be), Ingri Fiksdal (No) among others. Between 2009 and 2010, she took part in the Kamuyot project, a piece by Batsheva Dance Company directed at teenage audiences that was shown over 8 months at various secondary schools in Sweden and Israel.

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