A picture from the production "Made of Space"
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Schauspielhaus

Made of Space

German premiere

GN | MC Guy Nader | Maria Campos (LB/ES)

Following on from “Time Takes The Time Time Takes” and “Set of Sets”, “Made of Space”, the newest work by festival favourites Guy Nader and Maria Campos, completes the Lebanese/Spanish choreographer duo’s trilogy on rhythm, time, and transience. Combining movement sequences that interlink as precisely and delicately as clockwork, the seven dancers display an intense focus that is compelling to witness. Explosively dynamic steps culminate in jumps, throws, and turns, embodying a highly physical celebration of pure dance. The continuous flow of movements is propelled by two virtuoso percussion players accompanying the piece live: Miguel Marín, who also provided the beats for the first two parts, and Daniel Munarriz. “Made of Space” rounds off the multidimensional trilogy with moving metaphors for the cycle of life and passing of time, from emergence to ending.

(approx. 60 mins)

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cast & credits

Idea, Concept & Set Design: GN|MC Guy Nader | Maria Campos

Direction: Guy Nader

Co-direction: Maria Campos

Creation & Performance: Maria Campos, Alex de Vries, Noé Ferey,
Patricia Hastewell, Anamaria Klajnšček, Héctor Plaza, Maxime Smeets

Music composition: Miguel Marín

Live music: Miguel Marín, Daniel Munariz

Light design: Conchita Pons

Costume design: Gabriela Lotaif

Technical direction: Albert Glas

Artistic advice: Alexis Eupierre

Assistance direction: Claudia SolWat

Executive production: Clàudia Saez/La Destil·leria, La Raqscene

International distribution: PLAN B – Creative Agency for Performing Arts

Production: GN|MC Guy Nader | Maria Campos

Co-production: Mercat de les Flors (projecte Cèl·lula), Barcelona/ Festival Grec, Barcelona/ CondeDuque, Madrid

In collaboration with Graner, Center for Creation in Barcelona and with the support of Fundació Banc Sabadell and Departament de Cultura/Generalitat de Catalunya.

Special thanks to Michael Yazbek.

Premiere 1 July 2021 at Grec Festival, Barcelona

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