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Ciudad Cultural Konex
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Buenos Aires, OT (Argentina)
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Fulanos - An acrobatic dance with ladders

by Natalie Laruccia
November 29, 2008
Ciudad Cultural Konex
Sarmiento 3131

Buenos Aires, OT (Argentina)
(54-11) 4864-3200
PROGRAMACION
Ciudad Centro Konex
Sarmeniento 3131
www.ciudadcentrokonex.org Tel
54-11-4864-3200

FULANOS
Functions:
Saturdays: October 25 –November 22
Sundays: October 26-November 23
6pm
Tickets
Menores de 12 años: $20
Mayores $30

This is a small company made up of six performers directed by Gerardo Hochman. They have won prestigious awards such as the "Premio ARGENTORES" for best musical and choreography in 2005 and the "Premio ATINA" for best production in 2007.

The artists utilize six ladders in in their choreographies in infinite ways and manners, transforming its purpose and its design in space. The idea of Fulanos is the concept of a constant transition of the emotional state of mind from love, jealousy, indifference, curiosity, ambition, boredom, doubts, mistrust, embarrassment, fears and friendship to liberty. The acrobatic dancers express all these feelings and sentiments in different situations by mixing and blending them within the different choreographies that they perform. They describe themselves as "personalities without a name, age, nor social class and the emotional states they express and the distinct situations they confront happen to them as to anyone". They try to represent real situations through the use of dance and acrobatics, acting and comedy, and of course with ladders swinging from the ceiling, dancing in the rungs of the ladders and finding as many ways as possible to make use of these objects resulting in an audience that passed a highly entertaining, light and fun hour and a half.

Photo © & courtesy of Natalie Laruccia


Photo © & courtesy of Natalie Laruccia


Photo © & courtesy of Natalie Laruccia


Photo © & courtesy of Natalie Laruccia


Photo © & courtesy of Natalie Laruccia


Photo © & courtesy of Natalie Laruccia


Photo © & courtesy of Natalie Laruccia

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