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Destierro

Destierro

Destierro

  Una mujer en medio de la nada. Sola sentada en una silla, movida a capricho por el viento y un visitante inesperado. De colores contrastantes esta pieza está cargada de humor y de sorpresa, poética visual  en un suspiro.


Dirección y coreografía: Mariana Arteaga…..Intérpretes: Tania Solomonoff y Gustavo Muñoz ….. Dirección de Fotografía: Israel Romero ….. Diseño de sonido: Ricardo Cortés ….. Edición: Andrés Castañeda …..Producción: Mariana Arteaga ….. Duración: 3’ 30’’ 

Arteaga, Mariana

Arteaga, Mariana

Destierro

Artistic direction / Conception : Mariana Arteaga

Choreography : Mariana Arteaga

Interpretation : Tania Solomonoff, Gustavo Muñoz

Sound : Ricardo Cortés

Other collaborations : Photographie : Israel Romero ; Montage : Andrés Castañeda

Production / Coproduction of the video work : Mariana Arteaga

Duration : 3:30

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