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LIKES


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LIKES


Likes bases itself on the analysis of two popular Youtube phenomena: cover dance tutorials and videos on the different techniques of yoga which have emerged and spread massively through social networks during the recent years. The artist approaches the audience from a socio-anthropological perspective with a speech about the social value of a “like” in our digital culture and society. The piece is a fresh and choreographic look at the presence of the body in the digital age.

Associated artist of Sala Hiroshima

Shows 2017:

  • June 16th, Mollet del Vallès, La Marineta (Cra'p)
  • June 28th, Barcelona, Sala Hiroshima: http://www.hiroshima.cat/likes/?lang=ca%2F
  • July 7-8, Barcelona, OASI, La Blanca
  • July 15, Berga, Festival Turbina
  • October 19, Barcelona, Escena Poblenou #embrions

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ALICE


ALICE


ALICE is a collaboration project with Tigrelab, a Barcelona based studio directed by Javier Pinto, Mathieu Felix and Federico Gonzalez, with a long-standing experience in 2D and 3D animation, Motion Graphics. The performance was presented at “Festival de mapping de Morelia” in Mexico in 2016. Right now ALICE is in a working progress to be developed to a full evening piece. 

ALICE combines light, music and dance and the novel written by Lewis Caroll, The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass, serves as inspiration to create the scenes and atmospheres of the piece.

Direction: Tigrelab. Concept, Choreography: Núria Guiu Sagarra. Dance: Antonella Sampieri and Núria Guiu. Music: Thomas Vaquié.

 

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PORTAL


PORTAL


PORTAL is a full evening piece which integrates video projection, live music and dance. The piece is created in collaboration with the Norwegian composer and video artist Gisle Martens Meyer (GMM). 

Internet is an infinite portal that can take us almost everywhere at almost any time simply by moving a finger. "Digiphrenia" is a term proposed by the writer Douglas Rushkoff in his book Present Shock, where he speaks obout how technology allows us to live in more than one place - and one self - at the same time.

PORTAL is a work based on the idea Digiphrenia and physically works with very contrasted movements and sounds which plays withtime deformations. 

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Coreography/dance: Núria Guiu Sagarra. Music/Vídeo: Gisle Martens Meyer . Light: Jordi Baldó Oliva. Premiered at: Oktoberdans 2014, Norway. Co-produced by: BIT Teatergarasjen, Fond For Lyd Og Bilde, Bergen Kommune, Det Norske Komponistfond. In colaboration with: GRANER de Barcelona, ESPAÇO DO TEMPO, Portugal, Estruch de Sabadell, Barcelona, CRA’P, Mollet del Vallès, Barcelona.

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SPAM


SPAM


SPAM is a short piece created and presented as a finalist piece at the “Premi de Dansa Institut del Teatre 2016”. The piece conceptually works around the massive wave of information we are exposed now a days. SPAM integrates a stage design by Protopixel and Tigrelab and the music of Shoeg.

Direction & choreography: Núria Guiu. Dancers: Ariadna Montfort, Patricia Vàzquez, Annamari Keskinen, Núria Guiu. Music: Shoeg. Stage Design and light: Protopixel + Tigrelab. Light: Jordi Baldó. Costume: Silvia Delagneau. In Collaboration with: Anna Hierro i Clàudia Brufau. With the support of: La Caldera, Institut del teatre de Barcelona. Tigrelab Team: Federico Gonzalez. Mathieu Felix. Javier Pinto. Daniel Garrote. Daniel Avila

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LA MUDA


LA MUDA


LA MUDA (2012), is a commission work for Carte Blanche Dance Company (Norway). The piece researches on the physical idea of networking and the concept of freedom through social media. La Muda Premied on 23 January 2013 at the Oslo Opera House inside the triplebill program Yasgur's Farm. 

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Choreography: Nuria Guiu Sagarra. Costumes: Indrani Balgobin. Lighting design: Martin Flack. Composer: Gisle Martens Meyer. Photo: Yaniv Cohen, Karen Gjelsvik. Dancers: Caroline Eckly, Simbarashe Fulukia Norman, Jennifer Dubreuil Houthemann, Timothy Bartlett.. Premiere: January 23 Oslo Opera House.Tour: 23 - 26 January Oslo Opera | January 29, February 1 Blå Grotte, Fredrikstad, Norway | 6 to 9 & 14 -16 February Studio Bergen, Norway.

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EARLIER SMALL WORKS


EARLIER SMALL WORKS


THE WISH OF A FISH

Duo performed at Try in House II, Carte Blanche Dance Company (2010). The duo reflects the distance and the attempt of communication and understanding between two individuals.

Choreography, text, concept Núria Guiu Sagarra. Dancers: Ole Martin Meland and Nuria Guiu Sagarra. Lighting design: Robert Roespel. Music: Gunnar and Nuria Guiu. Costumes: Indrani and Nuria Guiu. Video: Daniel Lobo

 

 

 

 

 

 

HAVE A NICE TRIP

Short solo performed at Try In House I (Carte Blanche Dance Company). I perform and personifies a Shit in order to metaphorically express the feelings of someone who feels completely lost, devalued or with a self-esteem 0. The solo is at the same time a celebration of life and hope for a better future.

Choreographer and dancer Núria Guiu Sagarra. Lighting Design: Robert Roespel. Music: Gunnar and Nuria Guiu. Costumes: Indrani and Nuria Guiu. Video: Yaniv Choen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SING ME IN

Short piece created at Cra'p (Mollet del Vallès, 2011) with a broken foot and performed at Small Projects, Tromso, Norway.

Choreographer and dancer Núria Guiu Sagarra.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WONDERLAND FALLING TOMORROW

Short solo created in 2011 during a residence at Cra'p (artistic research and creation for the performing arts), Mollet del Vallès, Barcelona. This piece is the precedent and inspiration for the creation La Muda as well as the starting point for the creation ALICE. Creation was based on a movement research inspired by the story written by Lewis Carol, The adventures of Alice in Wonderland.

Choreographer and dancer Núria Guiu Sagarra.