A set of scenes that investigate communication, daily rituals and manipulation, to build states and landscapes that range from pure contemplation to others with an almost apocalyptic character. A woman on stage who goes through different ways of inhabiting a space, the relationship with nature and sound, leads us to a set of images that seem attempts to get us out of our daily reality and take us to an uncertain future. A combination of presence and questioning about the possibilities of abstraction and poetry. Events to place the viewer within a journey where the perceptual experience of the body evolves to open up an imaginative exchange.
Park Keito is an association established in Barcelona that brings together the work of Kotomi Nishiwaki and Miquel Casaponsa.
Kotomi Nishiwaki is a Japanese performer and choreographer. Since training in P.A.R.T.S. (Belgium) she has collaborated and worked for and with Anzu Furukawa, Joao Fiadeiro, Abraham Hurtado and Meg Stuart/Damaged Goods among others.
Miquel Casaponsa studied interior architecture and music in Barcelona and Brussels. He composes and improvises with guitar and field recordings. Sound for installations and performances with Brendan Dougherty, Monia Montali, Ana Konjetsky, Giovanni Di Domenico, Charo Calvo and Joao Lima among others.