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Hydra  is a choral exercise for non-theatre spaces that explores the way in which individual expression is simultaneously producing and produced within a group. It is a fiction that must be collectively sustained, a moving creature that exceeds individuals but needs each one in order to exist.

The Hydra, a mythological being with many heads, is our technology: an extension of what we are, a way of narrating us to ourselves. Sweating and whispering, talking and dancing, in this geometry of desire we jointly create a sequence, a pattern where the collective and the individual alternate, repetition and fiction.


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Hydra

A project by Pablo Esbert Lilienfeld and Federico Vladimir Strate Pezdirc

Creation in collaboration with Félix Fernández, Janet Novás and Anaël Snoek

Initiated during the Research Studios research program, P.A.R.T.S. of Brussels.

With the support of: Programa de Residencias Artísticas Paraíso (Galicia), Festival SÂLMON< (Barcelona) and MACBA (Barcelona)

Thanks to Laura Villanueva

5/05/2019

Hydra

Tribuna Pública, La Coruña

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8/02/2019

Hydra [work in process]

Salmon Festival, Barcelona

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29/11/2018

Hydra [residency sharing]

Residencias Paraíso, Santiago de Compostela. Spain

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