RRRRR...Residency Results

Toc-Hadas Collective and Julia Fernández López and Verónica Fernández Viejo present their works.

28
Aug
2021
18:30 to 20:30
Toc-Hadas Collective

28th August at 6.30 pm
Toc-Hadas is a mutual support group with an entrepreneurial spirit made up of highly sensitive people. They try to digest every day a reality that is hard in itself and they are struggling to cope with it. In addition, many have suffered abuse and "extra" coercion because they have been diagnosed by psychiatrists. We are touched, yes, but not sunk, they say.
Through experimentation with writing, drawing or creating headdresses, they produce meaning, subjectivity, uniqueness, confidence, autonomy, coherence and beauty. Currently, they are working on breeding and preserving the birds in their heads. It is their form of survival and resistance. And that is the plan.
Morrú. By Verónica Fernández and Julia Fernández

28 August at 8 p.m.
Morrú is a music-theatre piece that explores reflections on Las Muertes in the form of a dialogue. A chant-tale set in Asturias. A review of the traditional Asturian musical repertoire, intertwined with literary and musical compositions. An exhibition that projects ways of feeling from gender, territorial and linguistic dissidence. A prototype of how those who get out of shape die.
Free admission until full capacity is reached.
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