Aurora works cleaning tourist apartments. She likes to do her job well and thoroughly. But the company’s work schedule is tight, and her back aches, and minimum wage and feeling invisible and all the chores left to do when she gets home weigh on her… She begins to feel an irrepressible impulse that makes her constantly repeat a small action – with surreal consequences. Job insecurity in the tourist sector, Mediterranean cities with rampant real estate speculation, choreographies involving synaesthetic visuals, miniatures and performers, are the elements put into play on stage, which structure the script of a feminist narrative constructed live through a tulle screen that exposes, hides and brings together.
ATZUR use various techniques to produce and manipulate live images, creating environments and narratives that converse (and also collide, question, and team up) with music, dance or whatever happens on stage. They’re currently working on their new live film show PLA-DUR. Since 2013 they’ve performed at venues such as Sala Hiroshima (Barcelona), Cicle ArtLab of La Pedrera (Barcelona), Festival Vallsonora (Àger, Lleida), Sound and Visual Exhibition of the Convent de Sant Agustí (Barcelona) and Simbiòtic Festival at Sala Becket (Barcelona), among others.