Familiar with the most deep-set traditions of Andalusian society, Vértebro undress, digest and deconstruct them on the stage to expose them, from a position of love and critical thinking, to a new gaze.
The artistic work of María Jerez, one of Spain’s most innovative and therefore one of its most necessary contemporary artists, moves between live art, cinema, choreography, architecture and visual arts.
30 ADH consists of 30 corporal micro-pieces on the 30 articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Each article is adapted to Spanish Sign Language (SSL) and interpreted in signs and movement by deaf performers.
Corps Noir is a choreographed self-portrait of the artist Stéphane Gladyszewski, a scenic work of art in which his body, the objects he has at hand and the images projected on them awaken new emotions.
A project by the Italian poet and essayist Gian Maria Annovi and the Spanish artist Ginexín where they will create a series of poetic portraits of the sea, transforming the rooftop house of Naves Matadero into an imaginary ship, an immersive poetic space.
In 1999, twelve artists gathered together under the name Circo Interior Bruto to devote themselves body and soul to multi-directional, independent and autonomous creative research within the field of performance art, experimental theatre and action art.
This new proposal for Café Naves Matadero is born from a reconfiguration of cabaret, taking its irreverent spirit and political character in relation to queer culture and turning it into a meeting place where the performers alter, question and sabotage their own identity, using their bodies as the only scenic space.
Taiwan’s Chen Chieh-jen is one of the most important Asian artists on the international contemporary art scene. Present at the most important art biennials such as Sao Paulo (1998) or Venice (on two occasions, 1999 and 2005), his visual work offers a critical reflection on the strategies of power.