This work wants to generate a repertoire of iconographies of the human body, and at the same time to work with the sound and the scenery like symbols of the scenery.

Andrei Rublev takes as a starting point and a title the movie of Andrei Tarkovsky rolled in 1966, where the painter iconoclast Andrei Rublev (1360 – 1427) realizes a long trip in the medieval Russia to paint the fresh air of the cathedral of the Asunción of the Kremlin.

The work of the singular painter, with his particular iconographic style, provokes in the spectator an impact and interior withdrawal due to the use of the inverted perspective, which speaks to us about the art not like a portrait of the reality but like a reality between the realities.

La Societat Doctor Alonso, directed by Tomas Aragay (Theater director and dramaturg) and Sofia Asencio (dancer and choreographer) has constructed a language which has found one of its key factors in the concept of movement by placing anything outside of its place, area or ‘own space’ in order to investigate how this movement modifies language with respect to both its constituent grammar as well as with respect to the reading made by an observer. This involves moving in order to reveal something.
This action of movement has shown itself to be an efficient tool for creating areas of poetic discourse which question our ‘standardised’ understanding of reality.


Direction + dramaturgy: Tomàs Aragay

Choreographs: Sofia Asensio

Creation + cast: Sofia Asensio and Nazario Díaz

Scenicspace + lighting: cube.sz

Executive production: Imma Bové

Duration: 75 minutes

Coproduction: Societat Doctor Alonso, Temporada alta 2015 and Festival Alt de Vigo. Societat Doctor Alonso have support of  ICEC (Institut Català de les Empreses Culturals) and INAEM.

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