Miro’s statement “Art can die, what count is that has spread his seeds on the ground” is an excelent announcement to dance looking at Miró’s artwork. Dance die after every act of presentation, this is his particularity respect to other arts, but there is always what has been spilled, scattered, in every performance.
In the piece Bailando miro a Miró, the choreographers of Taiat Dansa, Meritxell Barberá & Inma García, observe Miro’s work, and they stay in front of his artworks, where it isn’t know if he paints, draws, builds, narrates, invents… and they are transported with him in his movement, as if it were an explosive opera and them dancing beings in bloom.
Idea, direction and choreography: Meritxell Barberá & Inma García.
Dancers: Meritxell Barberá & Inma García with the blooming beings.
Blooming beings: Olivia Barberá, Teresa Díaz, Aitana de Álava, Claudia de Álava, Lucía Renales.
Wardrobe: Estudio Savage.
Management: Marta Fernández.
Press: Adriana Cabeza.
Graphic Design: Pilar Estrada.
Video: Juanmi Ponce (MediaPS).
Photography: Marta Fernández.
Piece created for the closing act of the exposition “Joan Miró, orden y desorden” in IVAM – Insitut Valencià d’Art Modern, July 2018.