SÂLMON 2016: The Touching Community

Aimar Pérez Galí
Aimar Pérez Galí

Time Out says

Idea, direction and texts: Aimar Pérez Galí. Dance: Oscar Dasí, Jesús Bravo, Jaime Conde-Salazar, Aimar Pérez Galí.

This intimate and affective work addresses an era that today still needs to be made visible and looked at with the sensitivity it deserves. A work about memory, about the dancers who stopped dancing too soon, about a community that became stronger in a moment of great weakness and about touch and contact as tools for survival. But above all, it's a work that speaks of love, change and fear.



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