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10 am - 5 pm
Lagartijas Tiradas al Sol has been shaking the Mexican scene for some time with a political theatre thinking over the world and they do not hesitate to blur the line between fiction and reality to raise questions.
Over the years Lagartijas Tiradas al Sol have worked a lot on the issue of how specific persons build History and how individual memory build collective stories.
Cifas (suite…) invites the Mexican group to lead a workshop in Brussels during the KFDA Festival.
Confronting tales with History, Lagartijas tiradas al sol propose to re-build the story of Belgium with a group of 12 professional artists.
Together, they will explore how to think the present through the past…
If you want to know what happened during the workshop, we propose you to join us on Monday 27th of May at 5pm, we will open the workshop to the public for an hour.
It will be the occasion to show, share and discuss this experience around a drink.
If you want to come, please let us know by mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
When? Monday 27th of May at 5pm
Where? La Bellone, 46 rue de Flandre, 1000 Brussels - studio 2nd floor.
With Morgane CHOUPAY, Ivan FOX, Toztli GODINEZ DE DIOS, Hervé GUERRISI, Justine MAXELON, Lucia NIMCOVA, Anton TARRADELLAS, Emilienne TEMPELS, Pietro MARULLO, Gaëtan WENERS
Luisa PARDO et Gabino RODRIGUEZ (Lagartijas Tiradas Al Sol)
In collaboration with kunstenfestivaldesarts.
Lagartijas Tiradas al Sol is a Mexico City-based collective founded by Luisa Pardo and Gabino Rodríguez.
Since 2003, the group has produced seven large-scale projects throughout Mexico and has toured to Kunstenfestivaldesarts in Brussels, Festival d’automne à Paris, Festival Transamérique in Montreal, Festival Escena Contemporánea in Madrid, and others.
In 2011, they received the ZKB Förderpreis from Zürcher Theater Spektakel and the Audience Prize from the Impatience Festival at 104 and l’Odéon–Théâtre in Paris.
Cifas (suite...) offers contemporary artists to illustrate its communication. Jean-Charles Frémont illustrated the workshop "The We in History"
Between illustration and photography, his work is characterized by an intense approach to the material and detail.
Pixel, Adobe, Google, are the tools of his digital representations.