Realmente ahora no ya no
© Laura Iturralde
Realmente ahora no ya no explores notions of narrative, invisibility, expectation and how we question the authorship of our own work.
It is a renegotiation of the desire to narrate and to do so through other voices. The story is constructed from the rewriting of a dialogue about the experience lived after an almost theatrical event/performance of a work that ephemerally exists.
With the aim of investigating what remains after having attended the first part of Realmente ahora no ya no , which occurs at another time, in another place, and how we narrate the lived experience. Being this past event what marks the construction of the present.
Far from a stage performance, we witness something that invites us to listen, a sound sequence, a campfire, fragments of a conversation between M, L, N, F, A, L and O.
Written by Elena Carvajal and Fran Martínez
Set Desing Laura Iturralde, Fran Martínez and Elena Carvajal
Ligth desing Laura Iturralde
Soundscape Laura Llaneli
External eye Maïte Álvarez
With the support of Spanish Embassy in Belgium, Bâtard Festival, Wpzimmer, Le Delta, province de Namur, Kunstencentrum BUDA, Centre Culturel Tour à Plomb, NauEstruch, Sabadell, La Poderosa, Barcelona
Born as work methodology and practice
Times New Roman
Times new Roman explores the surfacing of the area as a measured momentum, a temporal appearance, stating the conditions of unannounced plays. This could be a ship that one day drifts ashore from the extensive sea, or a hickey that left a symbolic mark on the lover’s skin. What does such ‘temporal’ emergence of an area signify and how do we interact with such a behaviour that acts like a phantom in space?
Written and directed by Elena Carvajal.
In collaboration with Sara Sánchez,
Christina Nickel, Sophie Farza, Gitte
Hendrikx and Filip Jakab
Performed by Sara Sánchez,
Christina Nickel, Sophie Farza, Laurie
Borde and Elena Carvajal.
Set desing by Gitte Hendrikx, Elena Carvajal.
June 2019 Les Brigittines , Brussels
“The scars usually disappear with time. While they heal, you can use make-up to cover them. There are certain dermatological techniques that help make scars less visible. However, the treatment only improves the appearance of the scar, but does not erase it completely”
Written and directed by Elena Carvajal in collaboration with Paula Almirón.
June 2018, Centrale For
Contemporary Art, Festival,Brussels