Living with Sin asks how the Christian doctrine of ancestral sin affects female identity.
One woman embodies womanhood throughout the ages. In her, all experiences are united.
Two people have come to the sea to seek calmness, nature and purity.
What happens when their expectations turn into reality?
“Freedom is what you do with what’s been done to you.”
Inspired by Violeta Parra's song Arauco Tiene Una Pena about how colonialism still impacts on current Chilean peoples.
Lucia’s choreographic process begins with curiosity, brain-storming and improvisation. Her movement language is based in modern and contemporary dance traditions. In the rehearsal process she creates movement for the dancers and expects them to find their own truth and meaning within it. Lucia believes in the power of kinaesthetic empathy, and applies this to both her dancing and choreography. She seeks to create impactful atmospheres visually and physically through music, striking colours and expressive choreography.
Lucia’s work does not fight or scream, it asks questions and invites its audiences and its performers to think for themselves and to engage.
Autumn is a long-term project and currently in the research and development phase.
It works with the symbolism connected with the season.
Berliner Lieder is about my home town Berlin.
When you're away from home, how do you remember it? What memories define home?