daily ticket 15€ - 12€ (under 30 - over 60)


8000 anni dopo

7 September | h 7:30 pm
WeGil – Sala Rossa
performative installation
1h 15′

national première
in Italian, Spanish and English

8.000 years later, is a performative installation that arises from an interest in investigating the beginning of agriculture as a turning point that defined the course of humanity; making science fiction of prehistory, speculating and questioning some linear and little situated reconstructions of what happened 8.000 years ago. A title that defines a time frame that takes us back to the later, but without specifying which ‘now’ we are referring to; a projection into the past to speculate about the future. It’s a site-specific piece that activates the memory of the context through different strategies, adapting to each place in collaboration with its people. To do so, the piece has three parallel formal and discursive lines: an installation build during the performance, a projection about the “archaeology” of the place, and the knitted stories that are being told by a local performer.

Nyamnyam is a collective created in 2012 by artists Iñaki Alvarez and Ariadna Rodríguez. Joining their formations and deformations in various disciplines, their work aims to promote creation, diffraction and knowledge exchange through sharing strategies on each g-local context in which they work. In this crossroad of live arts, critical thought, pedagogy and social interaction, they create interventions to activate each context’s fabric in a holistic sense, incorporating organisms (human scale and others), systems, environment, relationships…

Ticket for WeGil is daily and subject to availability

by Nyamnyam (Iñaki Alvarez e Ariadna Rodriguez)
site-specific version at the Short Theater Festival, in collaboration with Tania Garribba
Iñaki Alvarez, Ariadna Rodriguez and Tania Garribba
light researchin collaboration with Ana Rovira
sound research in collaboration with Nilo Gallego
with the support of Lugar a Dudas, Cali, Colombia; Casa Aymat, Sant Cugat, Spain
thanks to Aparamillon (Athens, Greece)
Supported by Istituto Cervantes di Roma and by Institut Ramon Lull