You don’t have me. You wanna have me? You don’t have me. There’s no way for you to have me.
Myrtle looks down
You wanna go out and get drunk? You wanna get high?
You wanna go out with some guy at four o’clock in the afternoon and be with him? Go ahead, that’s your problem.
Myrtle raises her head and looks at him
What a mess. I’m begging you again. Why are we fighting?
You wanna be young again, don’t you?
Myrtle moves closer to him
How much do the fictions that we’ve consumed influence us when it comes to perceiving the world and ourselves? This is the starting point of Kopfkino, a piece which uses the body as a fundamental tool to delve deep into the liminal spaces that are generated when the fictional and daily life meet.
Mariona Naudin is a creator and performer who has trained and worked in Barcelona, Berlin and Argentina. She has taken part in group projects (Retrospectiva by Xavier Roy) and has also created solo pieces (VIP, homenaje a Severiano Naudin). Over the past few years she has developed her own work, which has been shown at various theatres and festivals in Catalonia (Una familia baila TNT 2015, Mos Maiorum TNT 2016). She is currently resident artist at El Graner and is part of the ARTAS collective, linked to La Poderosa. Her work revolves around research into the body, anthropology and words.
On this occasion her work is shared with a team of women who work in live arts, both from dance and from gesture theatre backgrounds: María García Vera, Marina Colomina, Mar Median and Laia Cabrera. All of them have taken part in the creation process and direction of the piece, so it can be said that Kopfkino is a collective work.
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